The Democratic nominee for president now leads President Trump by 11 points. And more people are worried about the coronavirus, but 35% still say they won’t get vaccinated when one’s available.
Concerns about voter fraud are being pushed by President Donald Trump and Illinois conservatives, but whether counties are ready for a deluge of mail-in-voting may be a bigger problem.
Instead of parties and balloon drops, Illinois’ DNC delegates will be voting from their couches. But these first-timers say they’ll still push their platforms.
The federal investigation into ComEd and Illinois politicians.
Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan says he heard positive feedback and support from fellow Democrats after facing calls that he resign in the wake of a corruption scandal.
If you want to socialize with family or friends — say share a vacation cabin — can testing in advance keep everyone safe? We asked experts how diagnostic tests work and how to interpret the results.
Cabrini residents came together following the shooting death of a child this summer, just as they did after a similar tragedy in the ‘90s.
Between COVID-19, social unrest, violence and burgeoning budget deficits, the first-term Chicago mayor has been tested like no other.
A racist joke unravels Raj Bhatt’s life. We talk to author Sameer Pandya about tennis, Indian-American identity and who can make mistakes.
Initial unemployment claims had been above 1 million for 20 straight weeks. The total receiving unemployment also dipped, to 28.3 million, as of July 25.
Cook County prosecutors say so far 42 people have been charged with felonies in connection with recent looting downtown.
The DuSable Museum of African American History is just one of a raft of Black institutions on the brink of financial ruin at a time when its role in culture is more essential than ever.
Federal prosecutors say Link earned much more than the $264,450 he reported to the IRS on his 2016 tax returns.