Dr. Deborah Birx said on Sunday that infections are widespread in both urban and rural areas. Adm. Brett Giroir said it is time to “move on” from hydroxychloroquine and focus on effective treatments.
As Big Museums Get Rescue Grants, The President Of The Nation’s Only Puerto Rican Museum Says He’s ‘Tired Of Being Left Behind’
“This isn’t just about whether we open up next week or not. This is about whether we exist next year or not,” says Billy Ocasio, president and former 26th ward alderman.
The federal investigation into ComEd and Illinois politicians.
Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan says he heard positive feedback and support from fellow Democrats after facing calls that he resign in the wake of a corruption scandal.
Experts say painless mouth and shallow nose swabs can be nearly as good as — or possibly better than — nasopharyngeal samples for detecting COVID-19.
NASA and SpaceX are welcoming home two astronauts who splashed down safely in the Gulf of Mexico after several months on the International Space Station.
In East Chicago, Latinos are nearly 60% of the population and are bearing the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic.
Major League Baseball has started its season without fans in its stadiums, but the famed ballhawks of Wrigley Field remain at their post amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The South Side complex is named for one of the first Black movie stars, who left a controversial legacy of both pioneer and caricature.
Some say “informed consent” forms simply acknowledge risks, while others say they keep colleges protected in case of a lawsuit.
Critics charge the new postmaster general intends to make the Postal Service more of a business than a service, which opponents say could cause disruptions for customers.
New data shows what CPS’ contract with police calls for: a full year’s salary and benefits for 10 months of work.
Visitors from hot-spot states are still coming to Chicago, saying they didn’t want to cancel their planned vacations or cross-state day trips.
NPR has confirmed the Census Bureau will end door knocking at unresponsive homes on Sept. 30, amid growing concerns the White House is pressuring the bureau to stop counting soon for political gain.
Before Mercy Hospital Decided To Shut Down, Its Parent Company Tried To Sell It. Nobody Would Buy It.
In a letter filed with regulators, the Near South Side hospital revealed that its parent company tried to sell the struggling hospital for more than a year before deciding to close it.
The seizures were done under laws meant to curb drug trafficking and other criminal enterprises, but in most cases there were no charges filed.