Experts say the current fight over anti-lynching legislation reflects America’s racist history.
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States hits unprecedented levels, what comes next?
Fresh off a 60 Minutes appearance on the problems with antibody testing, the Democrat from Illinois talks police reform, COVID-19 and more.
Will this giant dust plume impact our region?
Reset talks about two early 20th century buildings still standing in Gary, Ind., by pioneering African American architect William Wilson Cooke.
The Chicago Board of Education voted to keep police in schools. So exactly what are progressive leaders getting from the protest movement?
Chicago reopened its popular Lakefront and 606 trails on Monday to runners, walkers and cyclists.
The average bill for commercial and industrial properties rose nearly 16% from 2019, according to the Cook County Treasurer’s office.
Despite nationwide job gains, Black and Asian Americans are seeing their unemployment numbers rise.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot talked about her response to protests over the police killing of George Floyd, and how she’s navigating a global pandemic.