Entrepreneurs looking to get in on the business side of Illinois' new medical marijuana program are facing fierce competition. The state has come out with numbers showing just how much.
A team of federal health officials is tracking anyone who had close contact with a man who's now being treated for Ebola in a Dallas hospital.
In recognition of the first anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, Gov. Pat Quinn is touting its success, while at the same time backing away from having Illinois take a greater role in the program.
Federal health officials have confirmed that a patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola.
Officials say the first approval letters have been sent to Illinois patients who've applied to use medical marijuana legally.
The World Health Organization says the number of deaths linked to an Ebola outbreak in West Africa has passed 3,000.
President Barack Obama is telling the United Nations amid a U.S.-led bombing campaign against Islamic State militants that he will build a coalition to "dismantle this network of death.''
An ulcer drug is dramatically changing the face of back-alley abortions in developing countries and cutting the rate of material deaths. Misoprostol is widely available, even where abortion is banned.
Congressional candidate Ann Callis is lashing out at her opponent’s contention that she doesn’t live in the 13th District. At a campaign appearance in Bloomington Monday, the Democrat from Edwardsville called those comments from GOP incumbent Rodney Davis ‘an absolute lie.’
Dozens of people who want to break into the medical marijuana business in Illinois lined up Monday to file their applications ahead of a 3 p.m. deadline.