The pond has slowly been filling with sediment since it was constructed in the 1880s.
Organizers and labor experts say this moment is part of a larger trend of workers’ rights.
Dr. Gayle announced Monday she is leaving the foundation to lead Spelman College in Atlanta.
An avian flu outbreak is killing millions of birds nationwide. And here in Chicago, birds face an additional threat: skyscrapers.
A NASA climate scientist shares what they’ve learned about sea levels and climate change from studying the planet for decades.
A Florida judge says the CDC exceeded its authority by requiring masks. What does that mean for public transit riders in Chicago?
As natural areas decline across the world, small patches of nature in highly developed areas play an outsized role in climate adaptation
Aldermen on average show up for meetings 81% of the time. Freshman aldermen’s averages are higher.
This is the sixth time the moratorium has been extended due to pandemic-related economic disruptions in the last two years.
Some Lincoln Park High School students expressed shocking views about interracial dating in a video posted to social media in January.