It took three years for Moody Tongue Brewing to hit its production ceiling in a former glass factory in Pilsen. With the clock ticking on its five-year lease, Moody Tongue needed to expand. It had no route
British Prime Minister Theresa May was set to ask the European Union on Wednesday for a delay to the country's divorce from the bloc, due to take place in nine days. But the EU warned it could keep Britain
European Union regulators have hit Google with a 1.49 billion euro ($1.68 billion) fine for abusing its dominant role in online advertising. It's the third time the commission has slapped Google with antitrust
On any given day while you’re trying to do your work — I’m referring to the activity officially designated as “work” — there’s a good chance you’re trying to do something that the world would call “personal.”
Alarms sound after 6 suicides by Chicago cops over 8 months: ‘It’s definitely worrying and demands attention’
A dozen or so police officers gather once every month in the basement of an office building and talk — about handling holidays with families, about nightmares so bad they are reluctant to share a bed night.
Just hours after the first round of the Chicago mayoral elections in February, I made two predictions. The first was that former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot would be elected mayor of Chicago in Book
The barrage of gunshots and then the woman’s screams carried across the Uptown alley, through Tammy Gromm’s open window, sending chills down her spine. “It was just that gut-wrenching scream that you something
Loyola’s season is over after the Ramblers lost 70-61 to Creighton in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament on Tuesday night in Omaha, Neb. Aher Uguak led Loyola with 18 points, and Cameron
'You will never hear me mention his name': New Zealand's prime minister vows to deny accused mass shooter notoriety
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she would deny the accused gunman the fame he sought by refusing to even speak his name in an emotive parliamentary meeting on Tuesday, the first since the
Beto O'Rourke plonked down on his living room sofa beside his wife, Amy, and promptly removed his shoes and socks. It was a late February morning, weeks before announcing his candidacy for president, Beto
At Butler College Prep on the Far South Side, five seniors and a recent graduate were surprised on Tuesday afternoon with scholarships offered through a program aimed at addressing the lack of male African-American
Northwestern built the backbone of its 2017 NCAA Tournament team with its recruiting classes of 2014 and 2015, when coach Chris Collins served notice that the Wildcats would be bringing better athletes
Double trouble: Javon Freeman and Bakari Evelyn plan to transfer, join exodus from Valparaiso in men's basketball
Two more players are leaving Valparaiso. Freshman guard Javon Freeman intends to transfer and junior guard Bakari Evelyn will be a graduate transfer. Tuesday’s developments came a day after junior center
Chicago police on Tuesday said they were searching for a drug suspect who escaped arrest when a group of men threatened to harm the officer taking him into custody on the city’s West Side. No injuries
The alert from the University of Michigan on Saturday was depressingly familiar, using the same words that have terrified people across the country. "Active shooter in Mason Hall," the university announced
Officials said Tuesday that they're not sure when a fire at a Houston-area petrochemicals storage facility will burn itself out, but they are confident that the air quality is safe, despite the huge plume
Medical marijuana growers can meet demand for recreational pot after legalization, study commissioned by growers says
Existing growers of Illinois’ medical marijuana crop would be able to meet demand for recreational pot in Illinois for up to four years after legalization, but the state would need more than 400 new dispensaries
A federal grand jury indicted a Springfield man accused of killing a McHenry County sheriff’s deputy who had been working with the U.S. Marshals Service when he was shot to death earlier this month. Floyd
Roundup weed killer was a substantial factor in a California man's cancer, a jury determined Tuesday in the first phase of a trial that attorneys said could help determine the fate of hundreds of similar
Chicago police on Tuesday were questioning two people in connection to the death of a 2-year-old boy whom an autopsy found died as a result of child abuse. The boy, Ja’hir Gibbons, was found injured at
Chicago Public Schools will invest $32 million for new programming in 32 city schoolsover six years, after about 100 schools fought for the funds in a competitive application process, city and school said.
Cubs slugger Kris Bryant has a greater respect for NBA players, particularly after spending Monday’s day off with Zach LaVine and some of the Bulls during a visit to the Valley. Before the Bulls’ 116-101
A working Chicago actor at the age of 95, Mike Nussbaum gets a lot of deserved attention. He’s not slowing down, either. America’s oldest professional actor is slated to appear as the gravedigger, I kid
Exactly two weeks before the April 2 election — Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle has pulled her campaign ads, a sign that her campaign may be vulnerable as her rival, former federal prosecutor
North Dakota's Republican-led Legislature on Tuesday repealed the nation's toughest Sunday business restrictions — rules that are rooted in religious tradition and that have been in place since statehood.
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he will work to designate Brazil a "major non-NATO ally" — and maybe even full NATO membership —as he welcomed the country's new Trump-friendly far-right leader
With 2 weeks before mayoral election, Toni Preckwinkle not airing TV ads: 'We’re making strategic decisions'
With two weeks to go before the April 2 runoff election, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle has stopped airing TV commercials — a development that raises questions about her campaign’s funding