The pandemic is flooding the prefrontal cortex with stress. Here are some tips to fight through the brain fog.
The four-day session dominated by the COVID-19 fallout ended early Sunday morning in Springfield.
The data change makes it more difficult to track new and previous cases.
More parents may be heading back to work soon — but many still have questions about how child care will resume. Here are some answers.
This is the first time the Trump administration advised on a state or local COVID-19-related legal fight that’s not related to religion.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot plans to allow businesses and public spaces to open with limited capacity, though health benchmarks still need to be met.
Gov. JB Pritzker vows to sign the voting bill, but he’s waiting on a budget and authority to fine businesses that defy his pandemic orders.
The College of DuPage was set to host a major Frida Kahlo exhibit. Here’s how they almost got the art to Glen Ellyn this summer.
Even after recovery from COVID-19's physical symptoms, the anxiety of “what-ifs” may haunt us for some time.
The proposal would have the state automatically send mail-in ballot applications to all Illinois voters who have cast a ballot since 2018.