So far this year, the Chicago Council on American Islamic Relations received about 400 complaints of discrimination against Muslim-Americans—the same number it received during all of 2016.
How can you find work you’ll enjoy—or build a career? A new book by former Chicago Sun-Times columnist Liz Ryan tackles big questions about to today’s transformed job market.
Consumer complaints about cosmetics and hair care products nearly doubled in 2016, prompting some in the medical community to call for greater transparency between the industry and the agency that regulates it.
Newly released data from air monitors on Chicago’s Southeast Side shows higher levels of manganese than previously recorded, prompting renewed calls for a ban of the toxic metal, which can cause nervous system damage at high exposures.
Schools are already out for the summer, but this Friday marks the final business day in Chicago Public Schools’ fiscal year, and with that comes a looming $700 million payment the district owes to its teacher pension fund.
In an address to the American Library Association’s annual conference, the former Democratic presidential nominee addressed the importance of literacy and libraries.
A new exhibit at the Art Institute showcases the little-known woodworking and ceramics of artist Paul Gauguin.
What happens to Chicago’s recycling after it’s hauled away from neighborhood alleys and sidewalks? We tour a massive processing facility and watch sorting in action.
Chicago’s recycling rate is among the lowest in the country. What the city is now doing to try to change that.
As Chicago looks to boost recycling rates, Chicago Tonight explores the city's recycling program up close—and with numbers.
A lawsuit aims to stop the sugary drink tax that's supposed to go into effect on Saturday.
Viewers react to our discussion about the Chicago Sun-Times theater critic.