Is there a better way for Cook County to return repeatedly delinquent properties to the tax rolls? One study suggests wholesale reform.
Hunger in Illinois has reached shocking levels during the past year of the pandemic, particularly for Black and Hispanic families with kids.
Bare grocery shelves and lockdowns during the pandemic triggered painful traumas for some refugees of war-torn countries now in Chicago.
The project’s advisory committee holds its first public webinar on Thursday and seeks partners to host talks about the city’s monuments.
A first-ever report shows that boards of directors of some Illinois-based companies largely lack women and people of color.
A recent study shows two-thirds of the tested temp agencies engaged in racial discrimination, mainly practices that disfavored Black job applicants.
Working from home has decimated the industry dedicated to cleaning and pressing your weekday wardrobe. Will it survive?
The face paint, flags, tattoos and attire of some of the white extremists carry meaning within far-right and hate movements.
Linda Diaz was one victim. Since the start of the pandemic, attitudes about the disease’s virulence have diverged — including within this close-knit Chicago family, even now.
Clark Martell led neo-Nazi skinheads. Then, he disappeared. His trail reveals how sex, money and blood have kept the movement alive.