Col. (Ret.) Jill Morgenthaler shares her lessons for leadership in her new book, The Courage to Take Command. We revisit the conversation.
Col. (Ret.) Jill Morgenthaler shares her lessons for leadership in her new book, The Courage to Take Command.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel appointed Kurt Summers as the City of Chicago's Treasurer pending City Council approval.
Longtime Sun-Times political reporter Dave McKinney resigned today following what he called “disturbing developments” after reporting a story critical of GOP candidate Bruce Rauner. Meanwhile, the Sun-Times abruptly brought back editorial endorsements, supporting its onetime owner Bruce Rauner. Our panel explores the lines between independent journalism and political endorsements.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, New York Times columnist, and best-selling author Nicholas Kristof visits Chicago Tonight to talk about his book and give his take on some global events.
The traveling exhibit highlights the major events of 1968, including riots at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Chicago Tonight previews the exhibit that opens on Saturday.
End of life planning can be daunting for patients and loved ones, especially when considering the right to die. The controversial topic is being discussed more, and joining us to talk about the controversy and changes surrounding the issue are Dr. Peter Angelos and Ed Gogol.
Our panel of aldermen discuss the latest city government news, , including Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s proposed curfew change and the upcoming mayoral election.
With the end of summer near, a garden expert shares ideas and tips for the fall harvest season.