We look at a group of artists enlisted by the military to trick the enemy during World War II.
The Illinois Senate approved a medical marijuana bill by 35-21. See how Senate members voted in our interactive graphic.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss a new Chicago Tribune/WGN-TV poll showing waning support for a Chicago casino, and the potential impact of slot machines at Chicago airports.
The mayor rolls out major plans to expand McCormick Place and overhaul Navy Pier. But, elements of the plan, including a proposed new DePaul arena, are drawing criticism. Paris Schutz has the latest.
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma joins us for a solo performance, and tells us about his latest project with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Federal class action lawsuits were filed today on behalf of parents and the Chicago Teachers Union to stop the Chicago Board of Education from closing 53 elementary schools and one high school program. Elizabeth Brackett has the latest.
Trapped in his own home? A White House reporter joins us to talk about how presidents attempt to stay in touch with the public.
The human body is the focus of Bodies of Work -- an arts festival that surprises as it challenges notions of disability.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the city is planning a 12,000-seat arena at McCormick Place that could house the DePaul Blue Demons. The University of Chicago's Allen Sanderson breaks down the economics of a new stadium.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the week's top headlines.
Close encounters with stingrays, graffiti-turned-fine art, and Yo-Yo Ma in a special event at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Chicago Tonight knows what's going on this weekend.
The mayor unveils grand plans for Navy Pier and McCormick Place. We talk with the heads of Navy Pier and the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority about the proposal.
We asked you to rate Mayor Rahm Emanuel's first two years in office. We share what some of you had to say in tonight's Viewer Feedback.
Angelina Jolie sparks a national conversation about breast cancer treatment. We take a look at some options available for women.
It would have been North America's tallest building, but instead it left a 76-foot hole in the ground. Now, it seems there's renewed interest in the Spire site. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM joins us with that story, and more top business headlines.
Donald Trump appears in a Chicago courtroom. We tell you why -- and what he had to say.