You're stuck in traffic and the flashing sign tells you that it's 48 minutes to the Circle. Where does that number come from?
Vehicles can be powered a number of ways, but the world seems to be stuck on gasoline. Why? That's a Good Question.
Readers take his advice to heart and his words can make or break a restaurant, but who is food critic Pat Bruno? We can't exactly tell you.
What could be better? A night under the stars, a movie playing out on the big screen, with 10 of your buddies packed in the trunk?
"It's 100 percent fraud. And if you do that, you're never going to see your money again," said Chicago's Chief Postal Inspector Tom Brady.
Americans seem to be slowly getting the hang of it, recycling about 25 percent of the trash they create.
Yellow cabs are common all over, but they have their roots in 1915 Chicago.
There are 45 movable bridges in Chicago, more than any other city in the world. And that raises a good question.
Isn't it frustrating when you need to make a right turn, but you're behind a bus that's stopped just before an intersection? Why is that?