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When people think of the food in Chicago, deep-dish pizza and hot dogs usually come to mind, but the Windy City has a lot more to offer.
Some of the world's most popular cities could experience unbearable living conditions because of climate change.
Multibillionaire Ken Griffin just dropped another $4 million on 2 more units in the same building where he shattered the US real-estate record with a ...
Billionaire Ken Griffin has dished out some serious money on real estate in Chicago, Miami, and NYC. Here's a look at his properties around the world.
16 Chicago police officers were involved in covering up details of the 2014 Laquan McDonald shooting, the city’s inspector general found
The city of Chicago finally released a long-awaited detailing the actions of 16 police officers involved in the 2014 shooting of Laquan McDonald.
Uber is set to launch Uber Works in Chicago on Friday - an app that matches gig workers with temporary work across a range of industries.
A car crashed through a Sears in Woodfield Mall outside Chicago and kept driving, injuring at least 2 shoppers
A black SUV appears to have driven through a Sears into the Woodfield Mall outside Chicago, with police stating at least 2 people were injured.
Valencia Love paid the R&B star's bond without realizing that federal investigations were ongoing against Kelly, her attorney said in court Tuesday.
Uber is investing $200 million annually in Chicago as it scales up its freight division in the Windy City, the company said Monday.
The world’s largest Starbucks is opening in Chicago this fall with 4 floors that include a cocktail bar and full kitchen serving pizza
The Reserve Roastery will be located on Chicago's Magnificent Mile and sell exclusive beverages inspired by the city's culture and traditions.
An NFL and Roc Nation-backed nonprofit cut kids’ dreadlocks off as a symbol for ‘a better life’ and people are outraged
Crushers Club founder Sally Hazelgrove came under fire on Thursday when images emerged of her cutting dreadlocks for teens.