Nation & World

Following months of protests that brought thousands of demonstrators to the streets of Chicago in support of Palestine, the U.S. Palestinian Community Network (USPCN) rekindled their fight with a week of action July 5-9, this …

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced COVID-19 capacity restrictions will end June 11, opening the door for Chicago to fully reopen for the busy summer months.  The remarks came during a live Q&A with Dr. Allison Arwady, …

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced fully vaccinated people can go back to a more normal lifestyle in summer 2021, officials say. The city of Chicago, in compliance with the new CDC …

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Thousands of protesters gathered in Grant Park for the second time in five days to show their support for Palestine and denounce recent Israeli violence against the Palestinian people. Demonstrators gathered in Grant Park and …

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Thousands of demonstrators marched just over a mile May 12 to denounce the Israeli government’s recent violence against the Palestinian people. The protest began in Grant Park, where organizers rallied supporters, before the group made …

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More than 150 people gathered at the entrance to Chicago’s Portage Park neighborhood (4100 N. Long Avenue) in protest just days after the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) released bodycam footage of police shooting …

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After months of isolation and one of Chicago’s worst winters, students may be looking for ways to get outside and enjoy the upcoming spring weather.  Whether students are looking for a quick break between exams …

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A store providing free essential items and resources recently opened in Rogers Park for everyone — no questions asked.  The Rogers Park Free Store (1407 W. Morse Ave.) was founded by members of the PO …