Nearly 160 years ago, Abraham Lincoln posed for a photo at what is now the Old State Capitol, one month after he won the Republican presidential nomination.
An injured customer can move forward with his lawsuit against The Home Depot after contract workers allegedly pushed a heavy cart into him as he shopped.
A state appeals panel affirmed a Cook County jury’s defense verdict in favor of a law firm sued for legal malpractice by a now-shuttered baseball league.
On Thursday, Gov. J.B. Pritzker named another deputy governor and three more agency directors to join his administration. He has now filled 12 of 27 agency director positions.
A Chicago cop who entered a man’s apartment without a warrant following a domestic violence complaint involving the man’s 1-year-old child was not unreasonable, a federal judge ruled last week.
An appeals court has ruled the judge’s use of “thumps” to describe what the driver heard when he hit and killed a pedestrian with his truck gave rise to an appearance of impropriety, since the word only appeared in a victim statement that wasn’t part of the record.
A Lebanese-American couple who were kicked off a plane at O’Hare International Airport got the go-ahead to pursue a race discrimination claim against United Airlines Inc.
A federal judge on Friday certified a woman’s lawsuit against an Aurora volleyball coach accused of fraud for failing to disclose the sexual abuse allegations leveled against him as a class action.