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By John O'Connor, Associated Press
With U.S. union ranks swelling as everyone from coffee shop baristas to warehouse workers seeks to organize, Illinois voters will decide next month whether to amend their state constitution to guarantee the right to bargain collectively.
By Don Babwin, Associated Press
Washington, D.C. mayor Muriel Bowser declared a public emergency Thursday as thousands of migrants have been sent to the nation's capital from Texas and Arizona over the last several months. Buses are going to New York City and Chicago as…
By Amna Nawaz, Layla Quran, Karina Cuevas
The monkeypox outbreak continues to grow faster than many initially expected. Nearly 6,000 cases have been reported in the U.S. since May and three states have issued emergency declarations over the outbreak in the last week. New York City Health…
By Stephanie Sy, Dorothy Hastings
The man charged with killing seven people at an Independence Day parade confessed to police that he unleashed a hail of bullets from a rooftop in suburban Chicago and then fled to the Madison, Wisconsin, area, where he contemplated shooting…
By Michael Tarm, Kathleen Foody, Stephen Groves, Associated Press
By Sara Burnett, Associated Press
Bailey defeated five other Republicans on Tuesday to win the nomination. Pritzker, who easily defeated a largely unknown candidate, is seeking his second term.
Voters in Illinois go to the polls to vote in the 2022 primary election.
Illinois' governor has signed legislation to repeal a requirement that parents or guardians be notified when girls younger than 18 are seeking an abortion.
By Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
Amazon said workers at the warehouse had little time to prepare when the National Weather Service declared a tornado warning on Friday night. The tornado arrived soon after, collapsing both sides of the warehouse and caving in its roof.
By Lynsey Jeffery
Powerful tornadoes that ripped through western Kentucky and parts of Illinois, Missouri, Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee over the weekend have left dozens dead and destroyed homes and livelihoods.
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