US Airstrikes Under Way in Syria Against ISIS
American airstrikes against ISIS targets are under way in Syria, according to a Pentagon official.
3 people shot in Ashburn, police say
Three people were shot at 78th and Homan in the Ashburn neighborhood and taken to the hospital in serious to critical condition Monday night.
Woman fights off attacker in Lakeview break-in
Cory Seeger fought off her attacker after a man broke into her apartment.
USSF reaffirms due process for Solo
U.S. Soccer defended its decision to let Hope Solo continue to play for the women's national team despite her arrest for assaulting her sister and 17-year-old nephew in June.
Divvy and Blackhawks collaborate on bikes for contest
Chicago's Divvy bike-share system and the Chicago Blackhawks have teamed up to create Blackhawks bikes for a new contest to celebrate the beginning of hockey season.
LB James Harrison, Steelers to meet
James Harrison, less than three weeks after returning to the Steelers to officially retire, is now expected to be back with them in a playing capacity, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Chicago on Money Magazine's 'Best Places to Live in America' 2014 list
Chicago is the largest city named to Money Magazine's 2014 "Best Places to Live in America" list.
Pentagon: U.S. military begins airstrikes in Syria
The Pentagon confirmed Monday night that the U.S. military, along with partner nations, began carrying out airstrikes against the Islamic State in Syria.
Ravens Owner Says He'd Rehire Ray Rice 'Down the Line'
Steve Bisciotti said that he did not find it unreasonable to offer the former running back a job with a significant pay cut even after cutting him from the team due to a domestic violence altercation.
The 11 Worst White House Security Breaches of All Time
After 42-year-old Omar Gonzalez of Texas scaled the north fence and entered the White House Friday, the Secret Service immediately began clamping down on security protocols. But this is hardly the first time an intruder has managed gain access to the Wh..
LeBron fan can return to Cavs arena
The LeBron James fan banned from Cavaliers games after he ran onto the court in 2013 is now permitted inside Quicken Loans Arena.