Appearing on CNN, the governor acknowledged that Illinois is headed in the wrong direction but said, for now, no new statewide restrictions are coming.
Early voting numbers continue to shatter records, and experts predict long lines will become less of a problem over the coming weeks.
Saturday’s events drew thousands of demonstrators, mobilized in opposition to President Trump and the likely Senate confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
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Despite the financial fallout from COVID-19, the budget plan largely avoids massive cuts in services.
Chicago’s former top cop is sued for sexual assault. Indiana joins the city’s travel quarantine list. Plus, the 2020 Census comes to an end.
Trump and Biden appeared on two different news networks at the same hour for town hall-style events, in lieu of what had originally been a scheduled debate.
Who decides where boxes go? How do I know my ballot is secure in that box? We’re answering questions you have about mail-in-ballot boxes.
In a call with constituents, the Nebraska senator blasted President Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the way he speaks about women.
Illinois residents have until 5 a.m. Friday to fill out the census online. But all paper responses must be postmarked by Thursday.