The latest news on Illinois
A triumph of demagoguery over reason.
Facing budget cuts, school will enforce furloughs in spring.
After 37 students were killed last school year, the city spends millions to protect at-risk students.
In his new book, former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich lets everyone know what he thinks of the media.
An admissions scandal has rocked the Illinois campuses since May.
Polls show voters could lean Republican in Illinois and Connecticut races.
Currently, full-time students must be 15 years old, a rule in place only at UI's three campuses.
Not only was Blagojevich impeached, but he was barred from ever holding a public post in Illinois again
An Illinois "moment of silence" law is overturned, and Texas reconsiders how to teach evolution.