As he approached Madison Square Garden on Friday for his introductory news conference as a Knick, even Derrick Rose found the whole scenario a bit strange. "It still don't feel real," Rose said in New York. "Driving in and seeing my picture on a billboard or a screen outside the building, it kind
Moments after visiting relatives on Father's Day, the father of 3-year-old Devon Quinn found himself diving in front of the boy to shield him from bullets fired in a drive-by shooting, Cook County prosecutors said Friday. But one bullet entered the boy's right shoulder as he sat inside a vehicle,
A Chicago Fire Department lieutenant faces misdemeanor charges after a man accused the off-duty firefighter of hitting him and brandishing a handgun during a confrontation on the lakefront Wednesday night, authorities said. Fire Lt. Caruso J. Lockett, 46, who records indicate is a 16-year veteran
This is how a political life ends: with a crash, not a whimper. David Cameron's place in history is now assured. He is the man who took the United Kingdom out of the European Union. As we wait for the full impact of Thursday's referendum to be felt, he may be remembered as the prime minister who
Police officers in north suburban Round Lake Park have sued the village over their claims that body cameras invaded their privacy by secretly recording them in the bathroom and in other private moments. The department started using the body cameras last September, and officers were instructed to
Take heart if you harbor princess aspirations — "tiaras are no longer the sole province of royalty," says Dana Thomas at The Wall Street Journal. The Georgian diamond floral tiara ($210,000) shown here helped trigger the craze when Downton Abbey's Lady Mary Crawley wore it for her 2012 wedding, but just in the past 12 months, fashion houses, including Saint Laurent and Gucci, have introduced glittering diadems into their collections.