Expectant mothers in Illinois will have some new protections at work.
Gov. Pat Quinn says it was up to his transportation secretary to follow employment rules even when hiring candidates the governor's office favored.
Redfield: The "lesser evil" may win
Davis: Durbin and Callis make it political.
If the predictions of Illinois Republicans hold true, the U.S. Senate will be painted red come next year.
State Supreme Court must act quickly if November ballot is to include referendum
Illinois' gubernatorial candidates will appear together at three traditional debates before November -- but not in the state capital.
Vallas wants Rauner to come clean; Rauner accuses Quinn campaign of throwing up distractions
GOP has discovered women, and minorities
"Jovial" remark in e-mail
The state’s unemployment rate is now down to 6.8 percent.
Campaign attempts to return to ballot
Republican state lawmakers believe the troubled Neighborhood Recovery Initiative is alive - and still getting millions in state funds.
The Republican candidate for Illinois governor placed a winning bid on a champion steer at the Illinois State Fair.
Denies it has to do with 2012 debacle
A candidate for Illinois treasurer is being asked to explain why he didn't pay more than $1,800 in back taxes and interest to the Illinois Department of Revenue.
Greets supporters after parade is rained out
Economist: It's legal but hurts Illinois financially Rauner camp: Quinn does this, too
R & R, fundraising
Rauner's camp says investment strategy has not affected personal tax bill