Sen. Chappelle-Nadal Loses Duties After Trump Assassination RemarkRepublican and Democratic state Senate leaders on Tuesday rescinded all of the committee assignments of Democratic Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal. She had been a member of nine legislative committees.
OPINION: The Grand Trump Experiment Isn't WorkingThe bottom line is while this President insists his agenda will Make America Great Again, his inability to lead and keep his administration from spinning out of control is only making America far worse than it was before January.
Wording Determines if Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal Violated Federal LawThe Secret Service was set to talk to senator Chapelle-Nadal Thursday about her comments.
Rauner: Trump Comments on Virginia Violence 'Damage America'Rauner spoke Wednesday before a GOP rally at the Illinois State Fair.
Illinois Officials Share Thoughts on Charlottesville RiotsGovernor Rauner and Congressman Davis say that what happened in Charlottesville goes against American ideals.
Local Politicians, Veterans React to North Korean ConflictIllinois Congressman John Shimkus thinks President Trump's latest remarks on North Korea are appropriate, but local veterans aren't so sure
Records: Student-Loan Forgiveness Has Halted Under TrumpIn the letter responding to Durbin's questions, Acting Under Secretary James Manning wrote that "no borrower defense applications have been approved between Jan. 20, 2017, and today.''
Trump Bans Transgender People from MilitaryPresident Trump declares transgender people will not be allowed to serve `in any capacity' in the US military.
Afghan Girls Robotics Team Clears Visa Hurdle For U.S. GamesFIRST Global Challenge began Sunday in Washington D.C.
What You Need To Know About The Supreme Court's Travel Ban DecisionThe United States Supreme Court has allowed parts of President Trump's travel ban to go into effect and will hear arguments in October.
Depp's 'Assassin' Comments the Latest in Celebrity Anger"When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?'' Depp asked the crowd at Glastonbury Festival, in reference to the death of Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth in 1865.
Smirnoff's New Ad Campaign: 'We'd Be Happy to Talk About Our Ties to Russia'The ad, which already appears at bus stops and on billboards, says, "Made in America, but we'd be happy to talk about our ties to Russia under oath."