Barring a spike in COVID-related hospitalizations, Pritzker announced he intends to begin moving to a full reopening of the state’s economy as soon as next week.
France joined the U.S. Thursday in supporting an easing of intellectual property protections that could help poorer countries get more vaccine doses.
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David Collins, creator of the Netflix hit ‘Queer Eye,’ used reality television to push for cultural acceptance of the LGBTQ community.
The Justice Department announced it would appeal the ruling — which said the CDC exceeded its authority — so there likely won’t be any immediate impact.
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Janice Jackson’s replacement would also enter as the mayor begins gearing up for reelection, leaving the new CEO’s long-term fate unclear.
Foxx pledged “this is not about accusations or fall guys” after an investigation into her office’s mischaracterization of the police shooting.
The former Minneapolis police officer who was convicted last month for murdering George Floyd is asking the court for a new trial. His lawyers say Chauvin’s case was tainted by pretrial publicity.
Federal prosecutors won’t say whether they’re planning to bring more charges in the already-sprawling political corruption case. But defense lawyers suggest they might.
Qualified applicants can expect to see emergency relief money by the end of the month.
“Our goal is to be fully open by July 4,” Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Tuesday — just in time for the annual car show, scheduled for July 14-19.