When bitcoin topped $1,000 on its first day of trading in 2017, people questioned if it would be a fad or if the cryptocurrency was here to stay.
The decline in crime coincides with instructions for police to decrease deadly force, arrests and stop-and-frisk practices.
White coats and hospital walls don't protect physicians of color from racist patients. About 70% of Asian and black doctors deal with biased comments.
An intimate portrait of a Chicago street paper organization that gives homeless people a sense of dignity and an opportunity to make an honest living.
Bitcoin is now trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's futures market, and some financial experts are warning investors.
According to USA Today, at least 36 U.S. cities are expected to sign the Chicago Climate Charter.
The U.S. Justice Department is warning more cities, counties and states it claims might have "sanctuary policies" protecting undocumented immigrants.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority is expected to approve a new payment system that would let commuters pay with smartphones.
Some Filipino-Americans are attempting to facilitate conversations about their cultural dishes as they become more popular with a broader audience.
An investigation found three Chicago Department of Aviation security officers and an aviation security sergeant "mishandled" the incident.
The Department of Justice says New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia and New Orleans have until Oct. 27 to show they aren't so-called sanctuary cities.
Stephanie "Soultree" Camba uses music to empower herself and creatively deal with being labeled "illegal."