The Chicago police superintendent pushed reform while leaning on old-school ways to address violence, carjackings and civil unrest.
The president opened a climate summit by announcing that the United States will aim to cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half, based on 2005 levels, by the end of the decade.
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Reporters across Tribune properties are trying to find civic-minded owners for the chain’s newspapers before a hedge fund with a record of slashing cuts buys the company.
Mary Trump ended the myth her uncle Donald was self-made. Now, she reflects on using her white privilege — and Trump privilege — “for good.”
Federal prosecutors say the alleged racist comment is relevant to demonstrating how he abused his official power to drum up private legal work.
Four-hundred miles from the Minneapolis trial, its climax prompts anxiety, relief, pain and hope.
The pandemic has been stressful for millions of children. If that stress isn’t buffered by caring adults, it can have lifelong consequences. There’s a lot schools can do to keep that from happening.
Ma’Khia Bryant felt she was in danger and called the Columbus police, according to her aunt. But when officers arrived at her home on Tuesday afternoon, the girl ended up dead.
Chicago had been bracing for the potential of massive protests with the resolution of the racially-wrenching case, but justice in Minnesota may have instead brought relief.
Chicago-based United’s first-quarter loss was narrower than a year ago, when it lost $1.7 billion. The airline earned a profit of $292 million in the same quarter of 2019.
As many as 26,000 public high schoolers are due back in schools beginning Monday. Teachers approved the reopening agreement this weekend.