A weekly look at politics from Chicago City Hall to the Illinois Statehouse and Washington, D.C. from Chicago's Very Own WGN-TV.
One-on-one with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, A Closer Look at the race for Cook County State's Attorney.
Illinois Democrats elect a new Senate President, House GOP Minority Leader Jim Durkin weighs in on Speaker Madigan and the 2020 Agenda, Tahman Bradley travels to Wisconsin to talk to voters at a rally for President Trump.
A Closer Look at the City Council's Aldermanic Black Caucus, sizing up Illinois' financial and ethical challenges before the State of the State address, Congressman Mike Quigley weighs in on ongoing impeachment trial.
Live from Des Moines ahead of the Iowa Caucuses. How do caucuses work, and should Illinois go before Iowa in the presidential primaries? Legendary Iowa journalist David Yepsen talks about that, plus Congressman Sean Casten discusses the State of the Union. And checking in on the hold up on sports betting in Illinois.
One-on-one with Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, plus a Closer Look at the impact of the 2020 Census in Illinois, and State Rep. David McSweeney talks about the renewed effort to ban red light cameras.
Interim CPD Superintendent Charlie Beck weighs in on when Chicago will get out from under it's consent decree, plus how policing has changed in the modern age of technology. Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi combats developers' fears on higher property taxes. Tahman and Paul discuss and the state of the race for Cook County State's Attorney.
Special Report: The Democratic Candidates for Cook County State's attorney face off ahead of the March 17th Primary. 60 Minute debate, commercial free.
Rod Blagojevich's commutation and the future of criminal justice, a preview of WGN's Debate with the Cook County State's Attorney Democratic candidates, and where things stand in the Illinois Presidential Primary.
The issue of diversity in the race for Illinois Supreme Court, What to Watch on Super Tuesday, and Can Chicago's Corruption Ever be Tamed?
Republican Candidates Pat O'Brien and Christopher Pfannkuche face off ahead of the March 17th primary race for Cook County State's Attorney.