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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot introduced new regulations to help combat the spread of COVID-19 in a Nov. 12 press conference due to an “alarming” increase in infections, deaths and hospitalizations. Officials said levels haven’t been …

Opinion

After a grueling five-day wait period — with my own home state garnering intense scrutiny over its ballot counting — the Associated Press (AP) finally called the race for former Vice President Joe Biden. The 74.8 million people who voted nationally against Trump can breathe a sigh of relief, but only for a second. Establishment Democrats pushed Biden on claims he would help down-ballot races — but that’s obviously not the case.

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While Loyola President Jo Ann Rooney is the highest ranking administrator at the school, she’s about $350,000 short of being the highest paid, according to recently obtained university tax documents for fiscal year (FY) 2018-19.    …

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Incumbent Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx —  a Democrat — defeated Patrick O’Brien, a former Cook County judge, winning a second term Nov. 3.  With 97.9 percent of precincts reporting, Foxx won with 53.7 …

Podcasts

With Chicago possibly on the verge of a return to Phase 3 COVID-19 restrictions, it’s more important than ever to stay home and stay safe. With the weather getting colder, staying home isn’t a bad …

Opinion

I got my mail-in ballot the other day and for the first time in my life, I voted in a presidential election. Bubbling my vote in like some sort of take-home test isn’t how I imagined my first federal election would be.

Opinion

This past Monday Oct. 12 was Indigenous Peoples’ Day — a holiday celebrating and honoring Native peoples while acknowledging the legacy of settler colonialism and ethnic cleansing that’s decimated Native populations.