The tax cuts were not supposed to go into effect until there’s a new Chicago casino, but lawmakers speeded up the process in May.
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Six months after COVID-19 started spreading around the globe, desperation rather than information is still driving many decisions about how to treat the disease.
The Trump campaign’s accusation that Biden is too old and mentally weak to be an effective president has drawn charges of ageism.
‘COVID Fatigue’ Has Led To An Increase In Cases Among Young Adults, Chicago's Health Commissioner Says
Nearly 30% of those who tested positive in the last month are between 18 and 29 years old. Those cases are concentrated in the Lincoln Park and New City areas.
U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement is soliciting volunteers for classes on how it handles deportations in Chicago. But activists don’t trust the agency.
Threewalls in Humboldt Park awarded $32,000 to seven Chicago artists and one duo to develop projects on racial justice in their communities.
The Democratic House Speaker wants to replace a portrait of Stephen Douglas with one of Barack Obama.
Ald. Raymond Lopez, 15th Ward, says someone threw bricks through his windows and set a neighbor’s garage on fire early Thursday morning.
With complaints of long waits for the state’s unemployment benefits hotline, the state is also offering another tactic for applying — automatic callbacks.
The persistently elevated level of layoffs are occurring as a spike in virus cases has forced six states to reverse their move to reopen businesses.