WASHINGTON--President Barack Obama will fly in and out of the airport at Gary, Ind., on Wednesday and Thursday, in the wake of flight delays still plaguing O'Hare and Midway airports following an arson fire on Friday damaging the FAA radar facility in Aurora.
Accused White House fence-jumper Omar J. Gonzalez was indicted Tuesday on federal and local charges for allegedly intruding into the presidential mansion armed with a folding knife.
GOP Chair Timothy Schneider told the City Club of Chicago that Republicans are gaining traction in four congressional races. | Michael Schmidt/Sun-Times
GOP Chair Timothy Schneider predicted November would bear plentiful fruit for Illinois Republicans, from the governor’s race to state house seats to Capitol Hill.
A new poll shows it continues to be a tight race between Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner.
More often than not, when healthcare reform is brought up, the impact and the interests of businesses are lumped together, as if each faces with the same challenges as the next.
Thomas Barrows of Chicago Ricksaw, shown last year getting ready to head out for a Chicago Bulls game at the United Center. | Sun-Times library
Chicago pedicab owners have warned that they would be forced out of business by the city’s draconian plan to cap them at 200, permanently ban them from Michigan Avenue and State Street and keep them out of the Loop during rush hours.
Democrats on the campaign trail haven't exactly been embracing Obamacare. In fact, those who have are in the minority, according to a new study.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A federal judge has sided with Oklahoma in its lawsuit challenging some subsidies offered to people who buy insurance under the health care law.
The Federal Trade Commission says there's something dirty about underwear infused with caffeine that claimed to help those wearing them lose weight.
Hillary Clinton will be in town next week stumping for Gov. Pat Quinn, and while she's here, the potential 2016 presidential candidate also will be headlining the Advanced Medical Technology Association's annual meeting.
Gerry Allen, a resident of North Lawndale on Chicago’s West Side, suffered for years with unmanaged diabetes. But, thanks to an expanded community health initiative launched in April 2012 between a local hospital and an insurance provider, he did something he thought he’d never do.
Rodent droppings at one school were among the issues some principals had to deal with after cutbacks in custodial staff led to unsanitary conditions at some schools. | Photo provided
The union representing private custodians who clean Chicago Public Schools buildings said Tuesday it had told Aramark and CPS months ago that schools could not afford to lose 468 custodians and maintain the same level of cleanliness.
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