Chicago’s public health commissioner says the city has been preparing for a COVID-19 vaccine distribution. Gov. JB Pritzker also put together a draft state plan in October.
A new study has found that long-term crime trends are driven by economic and demographic factors, like unemployment and teen pregnancy, and not by incarceration.
“Consistently, between 25% and 30% of the Latino electorate has voted Republican,” says Sylvia Puente of the Latino Policy Forum.
U.S. officials and political insiders say Michele Flournoy could be the first woman to lead the Pentagon.
Chicago Public Library historians tell the story of iconic parks and open spaces in photos, drawings and artifacts in a new exhibit.
Despite some Zoom blunders, the pandemic couldn’t stop Chicago’s 50 City Council “mini mayors” from having their say in the city’s budget process. Here’s what you need to know.
The coronavirus is back in full force — and the second surge could be even worse. Here’s a look at where Illinois stands.
Lawyers suing the power company over its Springfield bribery scheme say the Citizens Utility Board is not acting in the public’s interest.
As COVID-19 cases rise, schools are weighing the risk of in-person learning versus what is lost when students learn remotely.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, who runs the jail, said Thursday he needs help reducing the jail’s population to slow COVID-19 spread.