The future for two major Illinois corporations is unclear after state lawmakers rejected a plan that would have granted the companies about $200 million in tax breaks.Hoffman Estates-based Sears Holdings and Chicago-based CME Group, which operates financial exchanges, have both threatened to leave I
Thanks to the feverish coverage of the European debt crisis, we know that Germany is the economic engine that’s kept the Eurozone afloat. The Germans attribute their success in large part to their dual education system.
North suburban Evanston is easing penalties for marijuana possession. Anyone caught in Evanston with 10 grams of marijuana or less will be getting a ticket instead of being sent to jail.The Evanston city council voted unanimously in favor of the ordinance Monday night.