How Trump's protectionism could backfire on Midwest manufacturing
There's likely to be more pain than gain locally if the president approves tariffs on steel and aluminum imports proposed by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
Loyola Medicine's plan to acquire a hospital in Berwyn is prompting concerns among some union workers and locals, who ask whether tax revenue in the community will take a hit.
The governor's ad narrative is that his primary foe is "Madigan's lackey." It's the most deceptive spot so far in a sad political season.
It's too early to write Madigan's political obituary, much as many in this state might like to do so. But a sexual harassment scandal in his office rightly has wounded him.
Conventional ways of gathering public opinion and behavior—phone and face-to-face questionnaires—no longer are effective, so this researcher has built an internet polling tool.
In an unusual step, the Illinois House speaker has funneled tens of thousands to one candidate in a primary for state representative. What's going on?
The rise in carjackings isn't a surprise to anyone who tunes in to the 10 o'clock news. What took the Emanuel administration so long to respond?
As the market gyrates through another day, it's time for folks at the SEC and elsewhere to sit around a table, order some pizza and brainstorm about ways to protect Main Street investors.
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