Juneteenth is an annual celebration held on June 19 to commemorate the end of chattel slavery in America.
President Biden will hold a press conference on his own after the closed-door meeting with the Russian president.
Negotiations stalled after a dispute over reducing carbon emissions at natural gas plants, according to Senate President Don Harmon.
Illinois Lawmakers Return For Unfinished Business, Including A Massive Energy Bill And An Elected Chicago School Board
A dispute over closing Illinois coal fire plants has emerged as one of the issues holding up a compromise on the energy deal.
The June 16 Geneva summit between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin is a chance for the two leaders to map out how they will manage a difficult relationship. Here’s what to know.
President Biden has said China poses one of the biggest strategic challenges to the United States. At the G-7, he’s tried to convince key allies to help push back against Beijing.
New Energy Bill Pushed By Gov. JB Pritzker Would Save Nuclear Plants — But Cost Customers Nearly $700 Million
The proposal would also require utility regulators to open an investigation into ComEd’s lobbying and end the utility giant’s current ratemaking formula that guarantees profits.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s administration still hasn’t struck a deal with the state’s largest utility that would allow it to continue providing power to Chicago.
Is Illinois’ moment of financial stability a blip, destined to fade in a year or two? Experts and lawmakers weigh in.
The vice president on Tuesday completed her first foreign trip to speak with leaders in Mexico and Guatemala on root causes of migration.