Women from across the country will converge on Washington on Saturday. Some will be there to protest Donald Trump; some to celebrate him.
The best way to avoid scams this tax filing season is to contact the agency in question and ask for help, experts say.
Letters to Santa have arrived at post offices for more than a century, and for decades, the Postal Service has run Operation Santa to answer them.
Mechanical engineering students Kyle Bodie and David Frey are part of a team competing for $1.2 million in NASA’s Space Race Startup Challenge.
Jim Schlegel arrived at Pearl Harbor as a 22-year-old Army private just three months before the Japanese attack.
The 2016 Greencorps class restored and improved habitat for more than 1,000 acres, removed 200 acres of invasive species and planted over 200 trees.
The Chicago Transit Authority’s Holiday and Santa’s Workshop trains will visit all eight rail lines by Dec. 23.
The shelter is operated by North Side Housing and Supportive Services and is housed by the church, 941 W. Lawrence Ave.
Chicago’s holiday season got off to a festive start Friday night with the lighting of the big tree in Millennium Park — and there’s much more to come.
The Cooking up Change program was launched by the Healthy Schools Campaign in Chicago in 2007. Since then, it has expanded to include 20 other cities.
Chicago high school students studying the culinary arts will cook up nutritious school meals Thursday at the 10th Cooking Up Change competition.
Students from high schools around the Chicago area will take the stage at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater for the first “Battle of the Bard.”
The Cook County Board of Commissioners on Thursday narrowly passed a one-cent-per-ounce tax on sweetened beverages.
Chance the Rapper and other Chicago artists performed at Grant Park on Monday in hopes of inspiring young voters to “stay woke and vote.”