If you're at work and already counting down until quitting time on Friday, maybe you should launch a run for Congress, because they've only worked 28 out of 69 days so far this year.
Natasha Korecki profiles the current leader in the GOP gubernatorial primary: Bruce Rauner.
Bruce Rauner has said Illinois has "a system that allows union bosses to bribe politicians." Natasha Korecki answers three questions investigating this claim.
Proving that there's no shortage of ridiculous petitions to the Obama administration (that Justin Bieber one received 266,000 signatures, by the way), one Santana and Rob Thomas fan wants to change the official presidential anthem.
Over recent years, I’ve grown increasingly dismayed by the crude, rude, and downright nasty tone that has invaded not only political dialogue, but also our business and personal interactions.
WASHINGTON — When it comes to dealing with Russias's invasion of Ukraine, a new CNN/ORC poll released Monday finds Americans
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Monday meets with NCAA champs and presides over a ceremony to welcome new ambassadors. Today's lineup includes ambassadors from Tunisia, India, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Belgium and Qatar.
Less than a month after the Chicago Police Department closed the David Koschman case without charging then-Mayor Richard M. Daley’s nephew, Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez decided someone needed to come in to do an “independent investigation . . . to ensure we reach the truth in this case.”
With two weeks left before the March 18 GOP gubernatorial primary, loads of cash is rushing to state Sen. Kirk Dillard just as polls indicate he doubled his support among possible Republican primary voters.
This Feb. 4, 2014 file photos shows the four candidates running for the Illinois GOP gubernatorial nomination from left, state Sens. Kirk Dillard and Bill Brady, state Treasurer Dan Rutherford, and venture capitalist Bruce Rauner. | M. Spencer Green / AP
Each of the Republican contenders for governor got a chance to brag on a campaign questionnaire from The Associated Press, identifying what they think are their biggest accomplishments. The AP's examination of their choices offers voters a glimpse into each one's priorities and leadership as the March 18 primary election nears.
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