A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Illinois state workers over union "fair share" fees.
A proposal designed to protect immigrants from threats by police and other city employees based on their race or immigration status is moving forward in the City Council.
Harken Health is the latest health insurance provider to leave the Affordable Care Act's health insurance exchange in Illinois.
The union representing Illinois government workers released an ad this week calling on Gov. Bruce Rauner to return to the negotiating table. AFSCME alleges that Rauner has failed to engage in contract talks with the union since January.
A new survey has found that poverty, community violence and unstable housing are the largest barriers to good education for Illinois kids.
As the merits of the EPA's Clean Power Plan are argued at an appeals court today, recent data is adding more backbone to arguments in favor of the rules to reduce carbon emissions.
AFSCME Council 31 has released a new statewide TV and digital ad calling on Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration to resume contract negotiations.
U.S. Rep. Bill Foster (D-IL,11) joined medical experts Monday to discuss the science of heroin and opioid addiction.
The Chicago Public Schools system is reporting a nearly 14,000 drop in enrollment over the last year.