Unrest is sparking fears of a second revolution in Egypt. Thousands have taken to the streets pushing for the ouster of Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsi, who has been in office for a year. But a defiant President Morsi is rejecting the opposition’s call for an early special election. We have the latest on the turmoil in Egypt that has killed at least 16 people and injured more than 600 over the past few days.
The Reagan Presidency is a new documentary focusing on President Reagan’s domestic and foreign policy decisions during his two terms in office. It premieres on WTTW11 at 8:00 pm Thursday. Watch a trailer and read more about Reaganomics.
Springfield is divided over pensions, concealed carry, gay marriage and more. Senate President John Cullerton gives us a glimpse of what's really happening in the State Capitol. Then, Eddie Arruza and his roundtable of reporters have analysis.
Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis joins us to discuss the largest school closing in CPS history.
The southbound Red Line is down for the next five months. CTA President Forrest Claypool joins us to explain this massive revitalization project, and lays out his vision for the future of Chicago transit.
"Building Bridges" was a hallmark of the 14-year tenure of Ireland's former President Mary McAleese. She joins us to talk about her legacy, as well as her support for women priests and gay marriage.
The Chicago Transit Authority says it's not getting into the banking business, but their new Ventra card could charge customers as much as $188 per year if linked to a MasterCard account. CTA President Forrest Claypool joins us with more on the new fare card.
Former Irish President and former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson, talks about her struggles, politics, Catholicism, and her new book.
The gritty Blackhawks continue their winning ways. President and CEO John McDonough joins us to talk about the team's white-hot start, and what the organization is doing to lure fans after the lockout.
The country's oldest planetarium has a new president. We hear what her vision is for the Adler.
Barack Obama gets sworn in for his second term as President of the United States. We break down his second inaugural address.
Barack Obama Elected President
The historic election of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States.
The new president of the Field Museum shares his vision for one of the city's cultural icons.
Chicago Public Schools reaches a deal with its service employees union. Could a teachers contract be close behind? We speak with Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis.
The University of Illinois Board of Trustees held an emergency meeting to discuss recent questions that have arisen about the job performance of Michael Hogan, president of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Elizabeth Brackett reports.
President Obama is back in Chicago, raising big bucks for his reelection campaign -- while GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney solidifies his lead. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel have a full roundup as the race for president shifts into high gear.