Hospitals could soon face shortages of critical surgical tools because several plants that sterilize the equipment have been shut down, government health officials said Friday.
Eliminating the Islamic State group’s elusive leader gives President Donald Trump a new argument for leaving Syria, but the U.S. military campaign against the extremists is far from finished.
President Donald Trump’s visit to Chicago is stirring up a tempest in the city that he’s repeatedly derided as the poster child of urban violence and dysfunctional Democratic politics.
For seven school days, Mila Cohen’s 14-year-old daughter retrieved her backpack and urged her mother toward the door — her usual morning routine before Chicago teachers went out on strike.
While city negotiators reached a tentative agreement Sunday with striking members of SEIU Local 73, a deal with the Chicago Teachers Union has remained elusive.
Gear up for nature walks, art shows and holiday markets of all sizes across Chicago and the suburbs.
Watch the Oct. 28, 2019 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
In skipping President Donald Trump’s speech Monday to police chiefs in Chicago, the city’s top cop earned a vote of no confidence from the local police union’s board, and a rebuke from the president himself.
The state has recognized a 169-acre section of Harms Woods, which is home to 400 different plant species, as an official state nature preserve, the highest level of protection for land in the state.
The company didn’t say how many people were let go, but a Tribune report pegged the number at 100 employees at its Deerfield headquarters.
Directed with just the right balance of the sacred and the profane by Joe Mantegna, Ronnie Marmo’s show, “I’m Not a Comedian ... I’m Lenny Bruce,” is a seamless weave of excerpts from Bruce’s acts along with original material that deftly takes us inside the man’s psyche.
President Donald Trump disparaged the city Monday as a haven for criminals that is “embarrassing to us as a nation.” The city’s top cop sat out Trump’s speech to protest the president’s immigration policies and frequently divisive rhetoric.
Rep. Luis Arroyo, 65, bribed a legislative colleague with an offer of $2,500 a month in exchange for the state senator’s support of his sweepstakes-related legislation, according to a federal complaint unsealed on Monday.
A 4-pound chunk of a rare type of meteorite that crashed into a Costa Rican village this spring has found its way to Chicago, and experts say the rock likely contains clues to the origins of life on Earth.
The Chicago Teachers Union strike has surpassed its 2012 work stoppage in terms of missed school days. An update on negotiations from Chicago Public Schools and Chicago Teachers Union leaders.
Two Chicago Public Schools principals talk about the strike from their perspective – and what it will take to pick up the pieces when it eventually ends.
Illinois lawmakers returned to Springfield on Monday for the start of the fall veto session, but any new legislation could be overshadowed by a bribery charge filed against Democratic state Rep. Luis Arroyo.