Stories by Justin Kaufmann
The Blackhawks lose a playoff game to the Vegas Golden Knights, and the Bulls fire head coach Jim Boylen.
ComEd crews are working on restoring power, citing downed utility poles and other debris as the reason for the three-day outage
If elected, Sen. Kamala Harris of California could become the first Black woman vice president in American history.
The ‘Hawks win in dramatic fashion to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-5 qualifying series in the NHL.
Why are ethical standards so elusive and difficult to identify?
In “The Journeys of Trees,” science writer Zach St. George examines forest migration and why climate change is moving too fast for our trees.
Chicagoan Kris Rey’s new bittersweet comedy hits on-demand platforms this weekend.
What does it look like to open a fine-dining restaurant in the middle of a pandemic? Chef Curtis Duffy tells all.
Move over, deep dish. Step to the side, thin crust. The square-shaped “Detroit-style” pizza is popping up all over Chicago.
Bears camp gets underway Tuesday. But will the NFL be able to keep the players safe?