A research team with a Chicago connection has uncovered new evidence about the devastating impact of the dinosaur-killing asteroid that struck Earth about 66 million years ago.
Get fit this summer with free outdoor yoga, Pilates, cardio, strength and Zumba classes on the Great Lawn at Millennium Park.
Legislation that could help break up food deserts in Chicago and other cities across the state passed the Illinois Senate last week and now awaits the signature of Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Opioid withdrawal symptoms have typically been treated with another narcotic, but a newly approved drug offers what a local doctor calls a “clean break” for patients.
Get a close-up look at 100 live eight-legged critters – aka arachnids – including spiders, scorpions, tarantulas and more at Brookfield Zoo.
Supreme Court justices on Tuesday refused to rule on an Arkansas law regulating abortions. We discuss that and other hot-button cases.
A new European Union data privacy law is causing headaches for many American businesses. How General Data Protection could impact U.S. policies.
RVs and camper culture hit the highway in a book that celebrates the “moveable American dream.”
Meet the South Side native whose line dance became a worldwide phenomenon.
After a five-year break, the master sommelier and restaurateur is set to return as host of the Emmy Award-winning WTTW series.