In a livestream announcing his exit from the presidential contest, Bernie Sanders told support that while there was no viable path forward for his campaign, the progressive movement was as strong as ever. Sanders’ decision comes weeks after the coronavirus pandemic upended the Democratic race. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, and campaign correspondents Scott Detrow and Asma Khalid.
President Trump and congressional Democrats are haggling over the size of the next bill designed to help Americans through the crisis.
The Vermont senator is exiting the 2020 race, bowing to the commanding delegate lead former Vice President Joe Biden has established.
Reset explores what the $2 trillion stimulus package means for local businesses and workers.
City Hall is closed to the public, but Chicago’s aldermen find themselves doing just as much neighborhood work — of the pandemic variety.
The health scare inside the governor’s Thompson Center office came the same day that COVID-19 deaths statewide rocketed to a new daily record.
After a protracted tug-of-war between the state’s governor, legislature and Supreme Court, voting is underway in Wisconsin’s primary election. Results will not be disclosed until Monday to allow for the counting of absentee ballots. And is Bernie Sanders staying in the presidential race in order to extract concessions in the Democratic Party’s platform? This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, campaign correspondent Asma Khalid, senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro, and Shawn Johnson of Wisconsin Public Radio.
President Trump demoted the inspector general who was overseeing the $2 trillion economic relief package.
Statewide, the virus is killing African Americans more than other racial groups, even though they make up just 15% of Illinois’ population.
The impact of the momentous endeavor won’t be seen on individual tax bills until 2021.