Stories by Claire Hyman
The former Chicago mayor faced opposition from senators over his handling of the police murder of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
We check in with a White House reporter and pediatrician to get the details on the rollout process.
WBEZ’s Mike Puente reports live from the Chicago Sky celebration at Millennium Park.
The team won its first championship and the city’s first basketball title in 20 years.
The Fraternal Order of Police says it will fight the vaccine mandate in court, even as hundreds of police officers around the country have died from the virus.
A study analyzing Chicago bicycle tickets found that urban planning contributes to unequal policing for cyclists.
Two bills pending in Congress could have huge impacts on America’s chances of mitigating and preparing for the impact of climate change.
The annual Time Out index survey ranked Andersonville as the second coolest neighborhood in the world.
ADP chief economist Nela Richardson breaks down the latest jobs report and why the nation’s economic recovery hasn’t reached everyone.
Right now, there are a record number of job positions open, but hiring — and getting hired — has never been more of a headache.