A five-year-old from Illinois had one birthday wish: to ensure every child had a bed to sleep in. So he asked for bedding donations instead of traditional birthday gifts.
The Illinois State Board of Elections confirmed Tuesday that not only were 574 non-U.S. citizens accidentally registered to vote in 2018, but 16 of those individuals actually voted. Henry Haupt, a spokesperson for Secretary of State Jess White, said in a statement that the error was a programming malfunction, according to WCIA, but now Illinois…
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Hundreds of non-citizens were kept on Illinois voter rolls for more than 500 days before being reported to the Board of Elections by Democrat Secretary of State Jesse White’s office.
Non-citizens voted in the 2018 election and hundreds more were improperly registered to vote, an Illinois state election official confirmed to local media.
A mother grieving the loss of her daughter and grandchild recently received an unexpected gift from a stranger in Decatur, Illinois.
A Chicago pastor is accused of taking nearly $1 million from a federally-funded food program for needy children and using some of the money to buy a Bentley.
The sanctuary county of Cook County, Illinois, released more than 1,000 criminal illegal aliens back into American communities in fiscal year 2019, federal data finds.
Authorities say at least seven people have died as severe storms sweep across parts of the U.S. South, bringing high winds and unrelenting rain. The National Weather Service in Birmingham, Alabama, said Saturday via Twitter that three people have been confirmed killed near Carrollton in Pickens County. The Alabama Emergency Management Agency said that an…
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Wild animals are good at adapting — it’s pretty much what they do. While some are definitely more resistant to change, those who scavenge have found ways to thrive even as humans encroach on their territories. The problem, of course, is that they also get used to humans. Instead of running off, they stand their…
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Former Illinois state representative and sixth congressional district Republican candidate Jeanne Ives told Breitbart News Saturday that Rep. Sean Casten (D-IL) is a “symbol” of the radical left’s agenda.
Illinois Lieutenant Gov. Juliana Stratton was one of the first to buy recreational marijuana after it became legal across the state Wednesday.
Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, who was impeached and removed, and later criminally convicted, for trying to sell then-president-elect Barack Obama’s U.S. Senate seat, has written an op-ed condemning Democrats’ ongoing impeachment effort.
CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois’ governor granted more than 11,000 pardons for low-level marijuana convictions on Tuesday, describing the step as a first wave of thousands of such expungements anticipated under the state’s new marijuana legalization law.
Retailers legally selling marijuana for the past month in Michigan say they have drawn customers from surrounding Midwestern states where the drug remains illegal and, as Illinois prepares to join the recreational market on Wednesday, officials are renewing warnings to consumers against carrying such products over state lines. The dynamic is familiar for states on…
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In a controversial decision in Illinois, a federal judge has ordered the state’s prisons to adjust their policies for transgender inmates, including allowing them to choose which prison they’re housed in and to receive taxpayer-funded hormone therapy. According to The Hill, a lawsuit was filed by Janiah Monroe, who identifies as a woman and has…
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An illegal alien accused of killing a father of two, Corey Cottrell, in June has been released from law enforcement custody into the United States by an Obama-appointed judge for the second time since Cottrell’s death.
An Illinois city announced this week that it intends to take a bold, and dangerous, step forward with regard to taxpayer-sponsored financial reparations for slavery and racial inequality. According The Washington Post, city lawmakers in Evanston, just north of Chicago, voted eight to one on Nov. 25 to tax marijuana sales at a rate of…
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Two Illinois state troopers made it their mission this week to save a heart transplant in danger of not making it to the hospital in time.
An Illinois town has approved a measure to fund a local reparations program with proceeds from the purchase of recreational marijuana.
Illinois State Sen. Martin Sandoval (D) issued a letter of resignation Wednesday amid a federal investigation for alleged fraud.