The recent uptick in cases has again thrown the state into the thorny debate over how to contain the virus without sacrificing the economy.
Stories by Vivian McCall
Previous moments of racial awakening fell short of true equality in the gay community.
Drive-up fireworks and social distancing circles on the great lawn in Millennium Park are what’s on tap this weekend.
The LGBTQ community already faces myriad barriers to health care. COVID-19 has exposed more fault lines.
A second pilot program will be on a much larger scale, spreading 10,000 scooters across the city.
An ordinance seeks to help Chicago’s ailing restaurants, but bars and some South Side restaurants may be left out.
The president and board chair of the Chicago-based Poetry Foundation have stepped down following an open letter criticizing its response to nationwide protests against racist policing
As the city hires guards to assist police, aldermen and the ACLU raise questions about transparency and accountability.
With concerns about the virus still lingering and after days of unrest, some shops opened while others stayed shut.
89% of large advertisers delayed ad campaigns that would seem tone-deaf during the pandemic. Advertisers say: “What works has changed.”