On the 21st: What does Facebook do with all the information it collects from our news feeds, and why does it matter? Plus, we learn more about Illinois' role in the Dakota Access Pipeline and talk with an 86-year-old man from Princeville who has walked hundreds of miles for charity.
In 2016, the Illinois Board of Elections and the state Republican Party were victims of cybersecurity breaches. But uncertainty lingers as to what the hackers wanted and whether future attacks can be prevented.
Rauner's moving forward with rule changes that drastically reduce -- by 90 percent -- who's eligible, by lowering the income threshold. A new parent trying to get child care assistance will find she makes too much money, if she's working 40 hours a week at a minimum wage job.