Durbin Wants Rauner to Meet The RefugeesRauner was among many governors to say their states would suspend efforts on resettling refugees from Syria.
Illinois Retailers Say Buying Sudafed is Too RigorousThe new argument is that Mexico is a bigger supply of meth than, say, a local chemistry teacher gone bad.
U.S. Soccer and St. Louis Cards React to Paris AttacksU.S. Soccer and the St. Louis Cardinals are reacting to the violence in Paris.
AB InBev Finalizes $107 Billion Bid For SABMillerAB InBev and SABMiller had twice extended the deadline for a formal offer implementing an agreement in principle announced Oct. 13.
Wildwood, East St. Louis On Opposite Ends of Small Town RankingsWallet hub, the personal finance website, put together the rankings based on 22 factors to find the best and worst small cities in the U.S.
SABMiller Reportedly Snubs Buyout Offer From AB InBevBloomberg Business says a $100 billion offer from Anheuser-Busch InBev was rejected by SABMiller.
Senator Durbin On Board to Raise Tobacco-Buying Age to 21Durbin has a long history of proposing new regulations on tobacco, like his successful effort to ban smoking on commercial flights.
St. Louis Archbishop in Washington With Pope FrancisArchbishop Carlson says this is his first chance to see and hear from Pope Francis since he was elected pontiff.
Illinois Senator Durbin: U.S. is Safe From Terrorists With Refugee SurplusDurbin wants to assure Americans who have questions about terrorists slipping into the U.S., the screening process is vigilant.
Fed Leaves Key Interest Rate Unchanged, Citing Low InflationThe Federal Reserve is keeping U.S. interest rates at record lows in the face of threats from a weak global economy, persistently low inflation and unstable financial markets.
Homeland Security Chief Pledges Careful Vetting of RefugeesThousands of Syrian refugees eventually bound for the U.S. will be screened "carefully'' to ensure that none of them are terrorists, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Wednesday.
Senator Durbin: East STL Took a Step in the Wrong DirectionDurbin says East St. Louis residents need to tell their city council they're not happy and want real change.