Madeleine Hubbard

Articles by Madeleine Hubbard

Photos: Tributes Continue for Fallen American Troops

Restaurants, stadiums, and stores across the nation are reserving areas to honor the 13 U.S. troops who were killed in Afghanistan last week after suicide bombers in Kabul blew up at least 170 people.

Tribute to the Afghanistan Fallen

Watch: ‘I Voted for You’ – Cuban Americans Turn on Biden

Tensions rose in front of the White House Sunday as two separate groups of protesters gathered to protest in support of the Cuban people. One group, which included many self-proclaimed socialists, called for ending the embargo while a group of Cuban Americans called for freedom from communism.

A protester dresses as the Statue of Liberty as others wear Cuban flags during a demonstration in front of the White House in Washington DC, on July 25, 2021. - Rallies are taking place around the world as Cuba endures its worst economic crisis in 30 years, with chronic shortages …

Exclusive: Illinois Murderers Released Early, Victim’s Families Not Notified

Tewkunzi Green was released from prison 22 years early after murdering Montral Fleming in Peoria in 2007 when Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) signed a “commutation of sentencing order.” Fleming’s family says they were not notified of her prison release through the state, but instead through Facebook. Multiple families have had similar experiences, and Illinois Senate Republicans are asking why.

Gov. J.B. Pritzker takes in the applause before signing the state budget and legislation related to a graduated income tax in Illinois, during a bill signing Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at the Thompson Center in downtown Chicago. Applauding Pritzker is Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton. (AP Photo/Amr Alfiky)