THE WATCHDOGS: Feds told Cinespace chief he could go to prison for as long as five years — or cooperate in undercover probe of Teamsters boss.
Jason Gonzales contends one of the “sham” candidates Mike Madigan recruited has ties to Cicero politics.
WTTW-TV journalist Elizabeth Brackett remained in a coma Thursday afternoon with a fractured vertebra in her neck after a lakefront bicycle accident.
The second black justice, P. Scott Neville Jr., in the Illinois Supreme Court’s 170-year history is preparing to take the oath of office.
The Illinois Labor Relations Board is moving forward with giving step increases to unionized state workers.
Longtime “Chicago Tonight” reporter Elizabeth Brackett was critically injured in a bicycle accident Wednesday afternoon, WTTW reported.
The man at the heart of one of the most damaging #metoo allegations to hit House Speaker Mike Madigan released a 14-page account of his “truth.”
Alaina Hampton is interested in taking a look at her “dream job:” the suddenly vacant post of executive director for the Illinois Democratic Party.
The seven Republican members in Congress from Illinois urged Trump not to commute the sentence of imprisoned former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
Again and again, we see instances of a lack of understanding or commitment to transparency and independence.
Garrett detailed numerous allegations of harassment and bullying over the years by Mapes.
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He’s run afoul of President Barack Obama and House Speaker Mike Madigan, and now former state Rep. Ken Dunkin is locking horns with Gov. Bruce Rauner.
A federal judge says the state’s plan to boost wages for caregivers for developmentally disabled falls “woefully short” of what’s required.
The latest damning harassment scandal raised the question: Will the longest serving statehouse speaker in the U.S. survive the #MeToo movement?