We share your thoughts about Paris Schutz’s conversation Wednesday with Gov. Bruce Rauner.
A modest but eye-opening new exhibition features practical works of art from the collection of a scholar on American quilts.
The brains behind a local nonprofit offering after-school help to Chicago students were included this week on a list highlighting the work of some of the rising young entrepreneurs across the country.
A new book argues the teachers strike of 2012 did more than just force a contract. A look inside “A Fight for the Soul of Public Education.”
In light of news that both Sears and Macy’s are closing stores across the country, what is the future for these once mighty and iconic brands?
What will 300,000 local patients face if Obamacare is repealed? We speak with the CEO of the Cook County Health and Hospitals System.
The incoming Trump administration has signaled a different direction with its policies on policing and civil rights. Does that mean Chicago may not have to comply with this report?
Chicago Tonight correspondent Carol Marin asks the president about his legacy, violence in Chicago and whether he would consider pardoning disgraced former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.