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The Obama administration and Congress are scrambling for a way to stop air traffic controller furloughs as delays spread to the nation's second-busiest airport.
The plane-maker contributed $1 million to the president's inaugural festivities in January, the biggest Chicago donor by far.
Flights to Washington from both Chicago airports were delayed by more than an hour today because of furloughs of air traffic controllers brought on by federal budget cuts.
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The U.S. Senate showed strong bipartisan support for a bill allowing states to collect sales tax from online retailers, voting 74-20 to block a filibuster, far more than the 60 votes needed.
Three out of four wealthy Chicago-area investors surveyed by Morgan Stanley are "very concerned" about the Illinois economy, and more than half expect it to worsen by year-end.
Delays at O'Hare could start Sunday and continue into next week before a federal court hears a last-ditch attempt to avert furloughs of air traffic controllers brought on by federal budget cuts.
Moody's is reviewing Chicago for possible downgrade after finding that its pension debt is relatively high for cities with similar credit ratings.
Under pressure from shareholders to split the role of chairman and CEO, Boeing Co. is giving its lead director the power to approve the board's agenda, schedule and what information it receives.
Unable to get on the House committee overseeing gun control issues, newly elected Rep. Robin Kelly will serve on panels dealing with science and government oversight.
(AP) — Gov. Pat Quinn says tax incentives to draw big film productions to Illinois have paid off, leading to a record in spending last year by production crews.
(AP) — Two pivotal senators announced a bipartisan deal today on expanding background checks to more gun buyers, an agreement that could build support for President Barack Obama's drive to curb firearms violence.
(AP) — The win was widely expected for the former state representative, who focused heavily on anti-gun efforts and was helped by ads from Michael Bloomberg's super PAC.
(AP) — Gov. Pat Quinn says he's confident same-sex marriage will become law in Illinois.
The Wheaton Republican gathered tax-reform feedback Wednesday from large manufacturers such as Boeing and Navistar, as well as small, family-owned operations.
Getting Chicago's biggest companies to use more local minority-owned vendors created more than 1,400 jobs.
After postponing a $500 million bond sale earlier this year, Illinois successfully sold $800 million in bonds Tuesday at high but better-than-expected interest rates.
(AP) — Kirk is the second sitting Republican senator to endorse marriage equality.
It will take until April 25 to earn enough money to pay all federal, state and local taxes in Illinois, one day later than last year.
Gov. Pat Quinn says the focus of his trip to Mexico is jobs and increasing trade and Illinois tourism.