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There is no limit on the amount of extra income a not-for-profit condominium association can generate.
Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency, fell below the psychologically important threshold, dropping as much as 9% to less than $19,000, according to CoinDesk.
As visitors to Chicago remain well below pre-pandemic levels, the city’s official tourism arm is rolling out a new marketing campaign.
Some critics have questioned whether the casino will generate the amount of revenue touted by the city.
SpaceX on Thursday fired employees who helped write and distribute an open letter criticizing the behavior of chief executive Elon Musk, said three employees with knowledge of the situation.
U.S. regulators on Friday authorized the first COVID-19 shots for infants and preschoolers, paving the way for vaccinations to begin next week.
Sanders returns to Chicago Friday to back two Congressional candidates in Illinois' June 28 primary election.
Retailers have been quick to commemorate Juneteenth with an avalanche of merchandise from ice cream to T-shirts to party cups.
Food and gas price increases hit Chicagoans hard as officials move to curb inflation.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, which has headquarters in Chicago, plans to move its offices around the block to the Aon Center
Nearly $2 billion, more than half the money paid out by the state from a special pandemic unemployment fund, went to thieves making fraudulent claims, a state audit found
The subpoena marks the latest development in a string of problems for Parlor, which has also been investigated by the city for alleged sexual harassment, discrimination and labor law violations.
Less than two weeks after restarting formula production at its Michigan facility, Abbott has again had to halt manufacturing there amid flooding.
The “soft landing” the Fed hoped for — slowing inflation to its 2% goal without derailing the economy — is becoming trickier and riskier.
Applications for jobless aid fell by 3,000 to 229,000 for the week ending June 11, down from the previous week’s 232,000.
The 30-year rate climbed from 5.23% last week to 5.78% this week, the highest its been since November of 2008.
The Federal Reserve intensified its fight against inflation by raising its key interest rate by three-quarters of a point. How will it affect your finances?
The Ford F-150 Lightning, an electric version of the best-selling pickup truck, has begun trickling into the city, with demo versions headed for nearly every Chicago-area dealership, and a few vehicles being delivered to the first customers on a very long waiting list.
Walgreens will launch a clinical trials business, in which it helps pharmaceutical companies find participants for clinical trials
Mega-warehouses are sprouting up across Chicagoland, an unprecedented boom that shows no sign of slowing down.
The $40,000 Ford F-150 Lightning EV pickup is beginning to trickle into Chicago. Here's how it fared on a test drive through the potholed streets of the city's North Side.
The Federal Reserve is expected to announce its largest interest rate hike since 1994 — a bigger increase than it had previously signaled.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers whether to approve vaccines for children younger than 5 this week
llinois craft marijuana growers can get back to work after judge lifts order that brought put industry on hold.
The nationwide average price for a gallon of gasoline has topped $5 for the first time ever.
The action comes after courts lifted bans on issuing the licenses while litigation continues.
The costs of gas, food and most other goods and services jumped in May, raising inflation to a new four-decade high and giving American households no respite from rising costs.
A sexual assault lawsuit brought by a former ABC "Good Morning America" producer against Michael Corn, now president of NewsNation, was dismissed Wednesday by a New York judge who ruled the statute of limitation on the allegations had run out.
A mansion in Highland Park that is steps away from Chicago Bulls great Michael Jordan’s home is listed for $2.8 million.
DHS and the FBI are working with state and local agencies to raise awareness of the increased threat around the U.S. in coming months.
On Wednesday, Moderna and Pfizer will have to convince advisers to the FDA that their shots work well in babies, toddlers and preschoolers.
Small businesses that depend on outdoor crowds and free-spending tourists aren’t sure what to expect this summer.
Five women have filed lawsuits alleging that a former NorthShore University HealthSystem gynecologist sexually assaulted them
The Hinsdale mansion was owned by the late Frederick Krehbiel, who co-led Lisle-based Molex.
More workers are following experts’ advice in saving for retirement, even when finances feel precarious.
But the total number of Americans collecting unemployment remains at a five-decade low.
Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac reported that the 30-year rate jumped to 5.23% this week from 5.09% last week.
Facebook and its parent company Meta flopped once again in a test of how well they could detect obviously violent hate speech in advertisements submitted to the platform by the nonprofit groups.
Lisa Burback gives tours, researches and does oral histories at the Pullman National Monument.
The school’s teaching artists voted overwhelmingly to unionize with the Illinois Federation of Teachers in 2019.
Hitting the road this summer? Here’s how gas prices in Illinois compare to neighboring states.
Nationally the median rent climbed to $1,827, an increase of about 17% versus the same month last year.
The unemployment rate remained 3.6%, just above a half-century low, the Labor Department said Friday.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration revealed the number in a detailed information request letter to Tesla.
Former Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace and his wife sold their Lake Bluff home for $1.4 million in an off-market deal.
Walmart said its four next generation fulfillment centers will be built over the next three years, which feature robotics and machine learning.
The Onion is celebrating 10 years in Chicago, relying on its Midwestern roots to navigate dark times and the digital media landscape.
Northwestern Medicine plans to spend more than $100 million to build a 120,000-square-foot outpatient care center in Bronzeville.
The Chicago Water Taxi is shifting its focus from commuters to tourists.
Illinois announced its first probable case of monkeypox on Thursday — one of a small, but growing number of cases across the country.