Friday, May 26, 2023
A Chicago federal judge won't second-guess herself for tossing a proposed class action lawsuit that accused Ancestry.com of violating the Illinois Right of Publicity Act.
Democrats who control the General Assembly muscled through a last-minute measure Thursday that will require any constitutional challenge to state laws to be filed in either Cook or Sangamon counties.
A bill that would decriminalize hanging things from a car's rearview mirror is headed to Gov. J.B. Pritzker's desk.
The upcoming trial of an Alton man accused of decapitating a pregnant woman in Alton last year could be affected by how the Illinois Supreme Court rules on fetal homicide laws.
If you don’t try, you will not succeed. But if you try, the worst thing that can happen is it doesn’t work out, which is guaranteed if you don’t try.
Illinois lawmakers passed a bill to continue allowing bars and restaurants to serve cocktails to go.