Former Notre Dame law students describe their professor as brilliant, fair and fun. But will that make her a good Supreme Court justice?
Chicago’s homeless already worry about where to safely sleep when the cold arrives. COVID-19 is making that harder.
Protesters gathered Wednesday night in Auburn-Gresham, Bronzeville and Palmer Square: “We are tired of police killing us and getting away with it.”
The top state House Republican will question executives of the power company, which is at the center of a federal corruption case.
From an Underground Railroad site to “the most historic Black town in America,” see local Black history on a new heritage water trail.
Many Chicagoans were already feeling isolation during the summer. Here are tips to survive the COVID-19-stymied winter that’s coming.
In a ceremony inside the court’s Great Hall, Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt eulogizes Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a “path-marking role model for women and girls of all ages.“
The measure includes a last-minute agreement with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Republicans over aid for farmers. The Senate needs to vote on the resolution and send it to President Trump.
Volunteers getting the shot help determine if a candidate vaccine works. But what with social distancing and masks, scientists must discern if it’s the shot or these other measures preventing illness.
From in-person early voting to drop boxes, here’s the latest on what you need to know about voting in this election.