Two-thirds of Americans believe the U.S. is handling the pandemic worse than other nations, an NPR/Ipsos poll finds. Majorities support more aggressive measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Some parents say in-person school isn’t realistic during a pandemic. Others say they can’t revisit poor e-learning plans.
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.
Erin Vilardi is the founder of an organization that encourages women to run for political office. “You are enough,” she tells Nerdette.
As Big Museums Get Rescue Grants, The President Of Chicago’s Puerto Rican Museum Says He’s ‘Tired Of Being Left Behind’
“This isn’t just about whether we open up next week or not. This is about whether we exist next year or not,” says Billy Ocasio, president and former 26th ward alderman.
Officials credited residents with coming forward to identify the alleged shooter.
Some states face record-breaking deficits because of the coronavirus pandemic. We asked local reporters across the country to tell us what could be on the chopping block in your state.
And campus visitors will also have to show test results. U of I will have in-person classes until Nov. 20, when all classes will be remote.
Dr. Deborah Birx said on Sunday that infections are widespread in both urban and rural areas. Adm. Brett Giroir said it is time to “move on” from hydroxychloroquine and focus on effective treatments.
Experts say painless mouth and shallow nose swabs can be nearly as good as — or possibly better than — nasopharyngeal samples for detecting COVID-19.
In East Chicago, Latinos are nearly 60% of the population and are bearing the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic.
The South Side complex is named for one of the first Black movie stars, who left a controversial legacy of both pioneer and caricature.