Public housing authorities across Illinois are receiving a combined $2.7 million in federal grants.
Chaos broke out during a performance of the musical “Hamilton” at San Francisco’s Orpheum theater.
Family members remembered Vicente Juarez as a loving, devoted father who never skipped a day of work.
Supporters of an Amtrak line that runs between Indianapolis and Chicago are lobbying for sustained public funding of the rail service.
Major U.S. airlines say they will soon change their ticketing process to offer the option of identification other than male or female.
Payless ShoeSource is shuttering all of its 2,100 remaining stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Pope Francis has defrocked former U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick after Vatican officials found him guilty of soliciting for sex.
Aurora police say fired 45-year-old employee Gary Martin killed the five coworkers with a handgun Friday afternoon at a manufacturing warehouse.
Former Chicago DEA boss Jack Riley writes about making ‘El Chapo’ Chicago’s ‘Public Enemy No. 1’ in new memoir ‘Drug Warrior,’ excerpted here.
President Trump says Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe gave him a copy of the letter he wrote nominating the president for the Nobel Prize.
A wave of protests by NFL players began in 2016 after Colin Kaepernick kneeled during the national anthem to call attention to police brutality.
In Miami, parents say some schools — even preschools— have lost a sense of community since Parkland.
Both the administration and opponents of the question agreed the court should settle the matter quickly because census forms need to be printed soon.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has returned to work at the building for the first time since lung cancer surgery in late December.
This is not the Democratic Party of yesteryear. Or even last year.