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"Log off! Log off!" a 1st-grade teacher in Chicago ordered as she and some students witness a sexual assault livestreamed during a remote learning class

The U.S. Supreme Court let women, for now, keep obtaining abortion-inducing pills by mail during the COVID-19 pandemic, deferring action on a Trump administration request to reinstate a requirement that patients visit a medical facility.

Chicago was left with one fewer greasy spoon Friday morning, and it wasn’t because of the COVID-19 shutdown

Plaintiffs want the court to declare a public health emergency does not exist and that Gov. Pritzker be barred from exercising powers under the Emergency Management Act.

At least five Chicago police officers, including a commander, face suspension following a probe of former Superintendent Eddie Johnson’s conduct

Illinois records 4,015 new coronavirus cases, a new single-day record, and 53 deaths, the most in a day since late June

A Black admissions worker resigned from Loyola University, citing a “toxic atmosphere.” His departure has prompted a discrimination probe and calls for racial justice on campus.

With COVID-19 on the rise, here’s what to consider before seeing friends or family indoors this winter and steps you can take to help protect yourself and your loved ones:

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Northwestern graduate moving closer to home after spending time abroad

Hundreds of people swept through the Magnificent Mile and other parts of downtown Chicago early Monday, smashing windows, looting stores and clashing with police for hours

Campaign confirms photo of man arrested at 1963 protest on South Side is Bernie Sanders

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Amazon officially took over Whole Foods today, and prices have already dropped by as much as 43 percent

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Gov. Rauner drinks chocolate milk to demonstrate his commitment to racial diversity: “It’s really, really good. Diversity!”

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The Rev. Jesse Jackson endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders for president, saying Sanders represents the most progressive path that will help African Americans catch up socially and economically. "Our needs are not moderate," he said.

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