Latest POLITICS News From The Illinois Newsroom Team
The leaders of both Congressional agriculture committees say federal lawmakers will move back farm bill negotiations to December. The current law expires Sept. 30, but
RANTOUL – Braver Angels Illinois, the non-profit organization that works to bridge the divide in the political climate, is holding an event to bring Democratic
As the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade and the nationwide right to an abortion approaches, Champaign-Urbana abortion rights
Several measure could be revived in legislature’s fall veto session
Fresh from his front-row seat at Donald Trump’s post-arraignment political rally, downstate farmer Darren Bailey on Wednesday pledged his full-throated support for the former president
Abortion clinic owner in Danville plans to open despite two attacks on building.
Republican joins all Illinois’ former governors except Blagojevich
First-in-the-nation law ties state funding to open access policies.
The LGBTQ rights organization Human Rights Campaign has declared a national state of emergency for all queer people in the United States, citing the surge
Updated June 9, 2023 at 3:28 PM ET The federal indictment of former President Donald Trump in the classified documents probe has been unsealed. The
The indictment unsealed Friday also says that, unaware of any records being moved, former President Donald Trump’s attorney identified 38 documents with “classified” markings and placed them in a folder, which he sealed with clear duct tape handed to him by Trump valet Walt Nauta.
DANVILLE — A proposed abortion clinic in Danville has been attacked — again. On May 20, an Illinois man drove his car into the clinic
Former President Donald Trump says he’s been indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate, igniting a federal prosecution that is arguably the most perilous of multiple legal threats against the former president as he seeks to reclaim the White House.