James "Big Cat" Williams breaks down the Bears' matchup against the Dallas Cowboys.
President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama leave on Air Force One to attend a memorial service for Nelson Mandela Tuesday as Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan recalls her year in South Africa while Mandela was imprisoned on Robben Island. Elizabeth Brackett has the details. Watch web extra videos about the anti-apartheid icon from WTTW's archives.
We share what you had to say about Chicago Tonight's Ventra Special in tonight’s viewer feedback.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the week's top headlines.
A festive aquatic show, Winter WonderFest at Navy Pier, and holiday shopping at the Merchandise Mart; Chicago Tonight knows what’s going on this weekend.
Gov. Pat Quinn officially signed what he calls “historic legislation,” and “his number one priority,” into law today. Read an article.
Besides the main arteries of museums and galleries, the Chicago area has endless capillaries of creativity.
Chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, Peter Baker, joins us to check in on fixes to HealthCare.gov and the potential political fallout from the glitches in the 2014 midterms.
Now that Gov. Pat Quinn has signed the bill to fix Illinois' underfunded pension system, will it be found unconstitutional? Carol Marin and her panel of experts explore the issue.
Cass McCombs returns to Chicago on Friday, December 6 to play The Empty Bottle on Western Avenue.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela. Watch the web extra video.
Nelson Mandela died at age 95. Watch web extra videos about the anti-apartheid icon from WTTW's archives.
On a special edition of Chicago Tonight with a live studio audience, we take a close look at the CTA’s problem-plagued rollout of its new Ventra payment system.
Carol Marin and her panel of guests look at Tuesday's historic pension vote in Springfield. View interactive graphics to see how Senate and House members voted on the bill, and read a Q&A with Republican Sen. Matt Murphy.
Pension reform passed the Illinois House and Senate today. Read official statements from politicians and policy institutes.