More than a dozen malicious card-reading devices have recently been found throughout the city, according to the Chicago Police Department.
The remarkable comeback of 13 sport fish species in the Illinois River began just after implementation of the Clean Water Act, according to a new study by the Illinois Natural History Survey.
After publicly equivocating of late, Gov. Bruce Rauner on Monday officially launched his bid for a second term in a highly produced two-minute video.
Scientists should respond to a “political climate of opposition to facts” by speaking out about their work, said John P. Holdren during a recent lecture on climate change at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
We visit Palmer Printing, the sole remnant of a once-vibrant printing industry in the South Loop.
Meet the Italian composer and pianist who traveled to the Arctic Ocean to make music—and make a point.
Fred Hochberg, the former head of the nation's Export-Import Bank, shares his thoughts on free trade under an administration that puts America first.
City budget hearings are underway. A panel of aldermen joins us with their take on the city budget and Chicago’s long-term fiscal health.
Just what are the city and state willing to do to bring an online giant to Chicago?