Mark Kirk lauded Bruce Rauner's support of abortion rights and called Service Employees International Union “particularly corrupt.”
Ray LaHood lamented the direction that the GOP primary took, laying the blame for Dan Rutherford's political demise to behind-the-scenes meddling by Bruce Rauner.
A bevy of smart, fresh-faced Republican women is running for Congress this year, shattering the stereotype that the political right is a bastion of old, white men.
A federal judge strips away a key element of Chicago's gun ordinance, ruling that it is unconstitutional to prohibit licensed gun stores from operating in the city.
Journalist Itay Hod unleashed a wave of controversy when he appeared to out hunky Republican Congressman Aaron Schock (R-IL) as gay on Facebook on Friday.
The reality behind the attack on American outposts in Libya is murkier and more complex than initially believed, but months of investigation turned up no evidence that Al Qaeda had any role in the assault.
Schoenburg thinks Rep. Rodney Davis just got himself some free, government-paid advertising in the midst of a re-election race.
Illinois enacted what is probably the largest pension reform package seen in any state so far, a $21 billion reduction in the state's $100.5 billion unfunded pension liability.
Illinois lawmakers approve a bill proposed to fund the state's $100 billion unfunded pension liability.
The House Ethics Committee said its review was “incomplete because the information necessary to conduct a complete review was outside of the committee’s reach.”
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