Today’s executive order reiterates a city policy guaranteeing services for residents regardless of status. Critics ask if it goes far enough.
Chicago’s mayor is ordering health care providers to give the city detailed demographic data on each COVID-19 patient they treat.
In Chicago, blacks and Latinos may already be bearing the brunt of the economic downturn, contributing to the city’s racial wealth gap.
A total of 50 confirmed COVID-19 cases and seven deaths have relatives questioning how a Willowbrook nursing home has managed the outbreak.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to grow, the federal law enforcement is warning of a potential surge in hate crimes against Asian Americans.
The coronavirus crisis has pushed thousands out of work, and both tenants and landlords are worried.
The mayor declared an end to residential shut-offs last May, but the pandemic has brought new urgency to restoring service to citizens.
As the region juggles its many responsibilities amid a public health crisis, who’s looking after our most vulnerable populations?
At the beginning of a new month during the COVID-19 crisis, residents are hoping for some leeway
Wednesday is Census Day. Why does it matter? The count affects how power and money are distributed throughout the U.S.