Ride-hailing giant Uber releases a comprehensive plan to document – and ultimately curb – incidents of sexual misconduct within its ranks. We speak with the company’s chief legal officer Tony West.
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In her new book, Imani Perry tells the overlooked story of "A Raisin in the Sun" author and Chicago native Lorraine Hansberry.
Democrats sweep statewide races, with state Sen. Kwame Raoul winning the race for Illinois attorney general; and Comptroller Susana Mendoza, Treasurer Mike Frerichs and Secretary of State Jesse White retaining their seats.
In their final meeting before next week’s midterm elections, the Democrat and Republican each pitched themselves as the candidate most capable of putting the priorities of Illinois voters into action.
This week, retail giant Amazon announced plans to open a fourth Amazon Go location in Chicago next year. Will this high-tech model be the future of retail?
Few American presidents occupy as prominent – and complicated – a place in the collective American psyche as Ronald Reagan. Biographer Bob Spitz tells us about his new book.
A new book offers a peek at how other people spend their money, and shows how that can you help you control your own finances.
An October surprise in the governor’s race. Mayor Rahm Emanuel delivers his final budget address. Chance the Rapper rolls the dice on the mayoral election. And the Bears prep for the Patriots.
Paris Schutz and guests discuss the wide-open race for Chicago mayor and the future of the Cubs’ coaching staff.
How has covering the White House changed under President Donald Trump? We talk with Judy Woodruff of the “PBS NewsHour.”
Their effectiveness can’t be judged by their size: We visit the Barrington nonprofit Mane in Heaven to discover the therapeutic mission of these miniature horses.
A renowned astrophysicist explores the challenges facing Earth – and the prospect of life beyond it – in his new book “On the Future.”
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Learn about the candidates running for the U.S. House of Representatives in the Nov. 6 election as part of WTTW’s 2018 Voters’ Guide to the General Election.
Learn about the candidates running for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District commissioner (two-year and six-year terms) in the Nov. 6 election as part of WTTW’s 2018 Voters’ Guide to the General Election.
Learn about the candidates running for Illinois secretary of state in the Nov. 6 election as part of WTTW’s 2018 Voters’ Guide to the General Election.
“I bring a small business owner’s pragmatic perspective to the Cook County Board where I have consistently advocated for fiscal responsibility, innovative reform measures and pro‐growth economic policies,” Sean M. Morrison says. Learn more about this candidate.
“I see this as an opportunity for me to translate my experience – and my passion for fairness and justice – into the work of this important office,” says Abdelnasser Rashid. Learn more about this candidate.
“I fight hard for small business owners, because if they are forced to leave, the residents have to pick up their share,” Tim Schneider says. Learn more about this candidate.
“You will be my advisers and conscience as I take votes on issues that directly impact you,” says Kevin B. Morrison. Learn more about this candidate.
“I became involved in public service in order to foster progressive values in my community,” Scott Britton says. Learn more about this candidate.