Chicago sees a “quantum leap” in COVID cases. Testimony continues in Derek Chauvin’s murder trial. Plus, the Cubs face the Pirates on opening day.
Police say the suspect, who has since died, rammed his car into a barrier and then lunged at officers with a knife. One officer was killed and another was injured.
The first Black woman to serve in the U.S. Senate talks about breaking the glass ceiling — and the scars that came with it.
You might know about auctions for cars, heirlooms and antiques, but have you ever gone to an auction for taxes?
A grand jury indicted Democrat Annazette Collins for allegedly underreporting her income and failing to file tax returns. Her lawyer says she’ll plead not guilty.
An independent expert with sweeping investigative powers provides a window into policing in Chicago.
The proposal would overhaul roads, transit, utilities, Internet access and more in the name of creating jobs. It’s also intended to combat climate change, racial inequality and competition from China.
While some Chicago ZIP codes got saturated with vaccine shipments, others saw doses trickle in — making it harder for some to find vaccines close to home.
Ten years ago, the last of the Cabrini-Green towers were torn down. Author Ben Austen joined Reset to revisit the public housing project’s legacy.
Two-thirds of Americans approve of how Biden is handling the pandemic, but only a third approves of how he’s dealing with immigration. An increasing number also say they will get vaccinated.