Seeking to reaffirm a key alliance at an uncertain time in East Asia, US President Joe Biden arrives in Korea this Friday. As provocations from North Korea have intensified as China continues to flex its
Various violence prevention groups come together to keep kids and gangs away and keep Chicago safe. In the Garfield Park Gold Dome Field House gym, local community leaders, social workers, violence prevention experts and academics
More than 900 Ukrainian soldiers who surrendered at the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol have been sent to a pre-trial detention center since May 16, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry. Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman
In a forum organized by the Editorial Board of the Daily Herald, the battle to win the Republican primary for governor of Illinois faced each other this Wednesday. Jesse Sullivan attacked unions and the so-called
Elon Musk has a long list of unfulfilled regulations, of which very few or none have had a consequence, one of them is the regulation on disclosure of share ownership. Recalls by traditional automakers when
The United States Postal Service (USPS) is hosting two Chicago-area Job Fairs this week in the Englewood and Grand Crossing neighborhoods for residents looking for work. This will have training and support on the job
According to the new updates for domestic travelers, the CDC considers a covid-19 test no more than three days before traveling. Travelers who are up to date on vaccinations and reinforcements are especially included in
The Chicago City Council gave the green light to the city’s district map and after an intense battle between the African American and Latino Caucus. The demand for a Hispanic-majority Fifteenth district was the main
Sweden decides to apply for the country’s membership in NATO announced on its website. Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the government’s assessment is that NATO membership is the best way to protect Sweden’s security. Based
A new curfew for unaccompanied minors will go into effect in Millennium Park, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced along with top Chicago officials and community leaders on the issue of violence in the city. The streets
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