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In a number of predominately white and affluent Chicago suburbs, residents are adding new voices and faces to a movement seeking an end to racial injustice.

The pandemic has altered recruiting in ways that are expected to endure long past a vaccine and return to the office. Chicago companies, particularly in the tech industry, are increasingly hiring out-of-state employees and telling them they can stay put, even after the pandemic subsides.

Birders are keeping watch over a second annual hatching of piping plovers, federally endangered shorebirds, at Montrose Beach.

The Chicago Cubs, White Sox and the rest of Major League Baseball will be reporting to training camp 2.0 on Wednesday, attempting to start the coronavirus-delayed season during a pandemic. With plenty of unknowns before opening day on July 23 or 24, one thing is for sure: Things will be different.

Jobs of all kinds have been affected as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving many people, including recent college graduates, looking for employment. For the safety of everyone, many job interviews are not being done in person and are instead being done over the phone or over video. Here are some tips to nail the interview.

More than a dozen state laws and policy changes for Illinois kick in July 1. Here’s a look at some of the highlights.

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Thousands march June 28, 2020, in the Pride Without Prejudice event through the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago. The march took the place of the annual Pride Parade, which was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Organizers sought to elevate Black, brown and transgender voices while also highlighting issues of racism and police violence. They aimed to bring Pride back to its origins on the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall riots, which took place in 1969.

In Episode 302, we learn more about Jake's long-lost brother.

Rick Bayless' acclaimed Topolobampo restaurant returns July 7, offering six-course menus served in its intimate Library private room

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More than three years after President Barack Obama's exit, the 44th president of the United States is back on a political battlefield he longed to leave, drawn into the fight by an enemy, Donald Trump, who is hellbent on erasing him, and by a friend, Joe Biden, who is equally intent on embracing him.

Several schools have had athletes test positive for the coronavirus after returning to college campuses for voluntary workouts. Players have been asked to sign documents acknowledging the risks and their understanding of preventative measures. Schools say these aren't legal documents, but could they be used in court?

Illinois casinos and video gaming locations can reopen on July 1 with capacity limits, social distancing and other required measures aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19

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