Six months after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, one family of evacuees has resettled in Chicago's Puerto Rican community.
Federal investigators are reportedly looking into whether or not Mueller promised to get a Chicago banker a White House job in exchange for loans.
A report claiming the Obama Presidential Center would be funded with Education Department money was just plain false.
In mid-2018, the Chicago Tribune will be yet another newspaper to leave its landmark skyscraper. What does this mean for the public?
66-year-old Marilyn Hartman has been arrested again for sneaking onto planes without a ticket or passport. Her earliest attempt was in 2014.
At this year's World Economic Forum, many political leaders were focused on cryptocurrency and its association with criminal activity.
Organizers say the goal is to get voters to register and "advocate for polities and candidates that reflect our values."
Reactions to President Trump took center stage at the 2018 Women's March in Chicago.
With all of the initiatives and social media campaigns, how much actually changed for women in the past year?
Chicago "Dreamers" rallied in freezing temperatures to call on politicians negotiating their fate for a deal without strings attached.
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.