Data from the COVID Tracking Project show 100,226 people were hospitalized Wednesday, while Johns Hopkins reports 3,157 deaths — a new one-day record.
She was known for her fiery rhetoric and anarchist beliefs, but labor activist Lucy Parsons wasn’t exactly who she claimed to be.
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A JPMorgan Chase grant will look to help Black and Latino families become homeowners after decades of disinvestment in Chicago neighborhoods.
Four former top executives and lobbyists pleaded not guilty to orchestrating a wide-ranging scheme to influence House Speaker Michael Madigan.
In revised guidelines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention trimmed its recommended quarantine for possible exposure — from 14 days to seven or 10, depending on test results and symptoms.
The potential operators include some big names, including the Hard Rock Cafe and MGM. Most of them want the casino located downtown.
Long before he landed a side gig at the power company, Ed Moody was a star election worker for Illinois Democratic boss Michael Madigan.
Brothers and pizza makers from England have penned an ode to pizzas made around the world — from Chicago to Rome, Paris and New York.
But Emanuel could be a tough sell to some Democrats who are critical of his handling of the police shooting death of Laquan McDonald, a Black teenager killed by a white officer, during his time as Chicago’s mayor.