John Sullivan's resignation was announced Monday. He is the first state official to resign over the "rape in Champaign" email scandal.
While Ald. Solis was tangled in a corruption probe, his outgoing chief of staff was building a new career as a security guard and lobbyist.
State’s Attorney Julia Rietz told WBEZ Friday she’s working with state and federal authorities to probe an email mentioning “the rape in Champaign.”
The Cook County Board president also addressed local politicians ensnared in corruption probes and her goals for 2020 on WBEZ’s Reset.
An email lauding a state worker for keeping "his mouth shut" about a "rape in Champaign" is "extremely serious and troubling," Madigan said Wednesday.
The president said no Americans were harmed after Iran launched missile strikes against U.S. military forces in Iraq.
There were wiretaps, alleged bribery and pleas for Viagra. And that’s just for one of Chicago’s big political stories of 2019.
A new report raises serious questions about the hat's authenticity. It was once displayed in Lincoln's Springfield museum.
The move could impact the more than 300,000 people enrolled in the county’s Medicaid health insurance plan.
Reset talks to Democratic Congressman Mike Quigley of Illinois’ 5th district, who was one of the 230 house votes in favor of impeachment.