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'Obamacare' was such a catchy nickname for the 2010 healthcare reform law. Even President Barack Obama himself embraced it when his Republican enemies coined the term.But it may have done more harm than... [Read More]
For John Chiurato, grief gives way to anger and regret. [Read More]
Former Chicago police Supt. Garry McCarthy was one of three people subpoenaed late Tuesday in the divorce case between former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. and former Chicago alderman Sandi Jackson. [Read More]
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich requested a presidential commutation last month, but on Tuesday, his name was not found among President Barack Obama's 64 pardons. [Read More]
A school bus rollover had multiple lanes shut down on Interstate 294 in a southwest Chicago suburb during rush hour Tuesday, authorities said. [Read More]
The Chicago Police Department's new Community Policing Advisory Panel held its first meeting on Tuesday, just days after the U.S. Department of Justice released its report finding that CPD has violated... [Read More]
The numbers are in, and 2016 was a big year for bank robberies in Chicago. [Read More]
Sen. Dick Durbin and Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee sent a letter Tuesday urging Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general, to allow Russian... [Read More]
Director Peter Berg told the Hollywood Reporter that Mayor Rahm Emanuel's liberal brother, talent agent Ari Emanuel, has been keeping in touch with President-elect Donald Trump, his former client. [Read More]
Gov. Bruce Rauner told reporters Tuesday that his choice to skip President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration wouldn't have a negative impact on Illinoisans. [Read More]
Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo has a penchant for goofing around for cameras and taking selfies, but it was one of his former teammates that got busted for an inadvertent photobomb at... [Read More]
Unseasonably warm temperatures in the Chicago area may be pleasant for many residents, but for businesses that depend on cold and snowy city winters, things are very different. Trina Orlando reports. [Read More]
After relying on other venues for over a decade, the Chicago Children's Theatre has set up shop in the West Loop. LeeAnn Trotter reports. [Read More]
If it were colder, how much snow would Chicago have right now? Alicia Roman breaks down the unseasonably warm weather. [Read More]
A young suburban Chicago boy has become the youngest and smallest patient in the country to receive a smaller artificial heart while he waits for his second transplant in less than five years. [Read More]
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the award-winning creator of Broadway hit "Hamilton" tweeted Tuesday that he'd play the lead role if Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera attends a show in Chicago. [Read More]
Yelp released its Top 100 Places to Eat for 2017 Tuesday—and only one Illinois restaurant made the cut—and it's not in Chicago. [Read More]
Organizers say at least 40,000 people have registered to be a part of the Women's March on Chicago this weekend. [Read More]
Chase Bank automated teller machines will be replaced by Citibank ATMs at Chicago-area Walgreens stores, the Chicago Tribune is reporting. [Read More]
More than 40 Democratic lawmakers from across the country have announced their plans to boycott Donald Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017. [Read More]