The proposed map contains 16 majority-Black wards, 14 majority-Latino wards and Chicago’s first Asian American-majority ward.
Dozens of summer farmers markets are returning to Chicago and the suburbs this week, just in time for warmer weather.
The study is part of a University of Chicago initiative to help guide the $65 billion in federal funding to expand broadband access in the U.S.
More than 120 entries poured in from students in Chicago and the suburbs.
The labor battle continues between Amazon and its workers in New York. What happens if the tech giant fights the unionizing effort in court?
The two reports found foreign-born, darker-skinned Latinos face just as much discrimination from other Latinos as they do from non-Latinos.
Why hasn’t Congress codified abortion rights? And is there any chance it could happen now?
Early in-person voting begins May 19.
Tickets can be in the hundreds of dollars, becoming an incredible burden for some families.
The lawsuit alleges Google’s face grouping tool violates the state’s biometric privacy law.