Vivitrol, which costs $1,000 an injection, shows some hope in treating addicts but its aggressive marketing has come under fire, and the drug is not without risks.
Bruce blames everyone but himself for beggaring his state.
Mike Madigan says the Freedom of Information Act doesn’t apply to him.
The governor responds to the Reader‘s story about his fight to conceal his schedules from the public.
The governor’s office fights to keep his calendars and meeting schedules from the public.
Chicago elected officials who sat down with the governor say sweet talk only goes so far.
In his inauguration speech, Rahm calls for helping underprivileged children—and avoids discussing the city’s financial woes.
The mayor is certain that the city’s new minimum wage law will help people, starting with him.
If you are Governor-Elect Rauner, please stay on the line and someone will be with you shortly.
In his first press conference since being elected, Bruce Rauner names long-time insiders to his transition team but reveals little about his plans in office.
At City Hall, attention quickly turns from the governor’s race to Mayor Emanuel’s reelection bid.
We got all dressed up in blazers for absolutely nothing.
Who’s paid for Pat Quinn and Bruce Rauner to try to win our votes.
How the GOP candidate for governor compares with other political figures who like to push people around.
Amid charges of intimidation and Ebola fear-mongering, the bitter race for governor is likely to be determined by turnout in Chicago.