With the rule change, local governments can now simply say that they have a fair housing plan — without showing it or proving it.
State Rep. Lamont Robinson of Chicago endorsed the former South Bend mayor’s run for president.
The Christopher Columbus statues in Grant and Arrigo parks were temporarily removed early Friday morning.
As director of high school relations, Ashton Washington became the first full-time woman on staff and the first Black woman in the program.
Members of Chicago’s Auburn Gresham neighborhood optimistically work to resist the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing gun violence.
Many Americans are mentally fatigued from the stress of being indoors and isolated. Maintaining good mental health has not been easy.
Donna Clarke of Neighborhood Housing Services wants Chase to invest $1 billion, mostly in the form of home loans and small business loans.
Chicago community members say police received several warnings before a shooting broke out Tuesday at Rhodes Funeral Services.
How does Congressman John Lewis’ civil rights legacy resonate with today’s protest moment?
Dozens of protesters and police officers were injured Friday during a demonstration at Grant Park.