While most of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims who escaped harrowing violence ended up in camps in Bangladesh, some have made it to the U.S. That includes dozens of young Rohingyas who have become students in Chicago's public schools. Special correspondent Paris…
By Paris Schutz
Nationwide, neighborhoods with higher poverty rates and proportions of black, Hispanic and Asian residents have higher noise levels than other neighborhoods.
By Joan A Casey, Peter James, Rachel Morello-Forsch, The Conversation
The end of some Temporary Protected Status for Sudan, a hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego and other stories you may have missed in the rush of news.
By Erica R. Hendry, Joshua Barajas, Patty Gorena Morales and Jennifer Hijazi
The move puts Gov. Bruce Rauner, a first-term Republican, at odds with his party on immigration issues.
By Sophia Tareen, Associated Press
The new filing responds to Chicago's motion for a preliminary injunction that would halt the safety-grants policy at least until the civil case plays out.
By Ryan Connelly Holmes
Thousands of people across the South and West Sides of Chicago experience some form of mental health trauma as a result of gun violence. And as the number of shootings in the city increases, mental health providers are struggling to…
By Daisy Nguyen, Associated Press
Dick Gregory, the comedian and activist and who broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used his humor to spread messages of social justice and nutritional health, has died.
At the end of a brutal campaign to retake Mosul in Iraq, and as the fight for Raqqa continues, where does the battle against the Islamic State stand? Judy Woodruff speaks with Special Presidential Envoy Brett McGurk, who says the…
By Sara Burnett and Sophia Tareen, Associated Press
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner used his veto power Tuesday to strip millions of dollars for Chicago Public Schools from a school funding overhaul, a move that could mean no districts get state money before classes begin.
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