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Young Voters Can Impact November’s Election but May Need More Information on the Voting...

By Shirin Ali, Medill News Service Young adults have been known as unreliable voters, yet over the last four years this key voting bloc has set historic highs in...
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Atty-General William Barr: The Chinese Threats to Democracy

July 16, 2020: From the Gerald R Ford Library in Grand Rapids, Michigan -- Attorney General William Barr talks about the growing threat posed by the Communist Chinese government to American democracy....
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Redeveloping Cairo Illinois as a Major River Port

Cairo, IL August 4, 2020 - It may well be the poorest community...
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Trapped: How the Pandemic Affects Domestic Violence Services across Chicagoland

July 30, 2020, by Nicole Girten, Medill News Service Maria...
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Does the “CARES Act” Present a Funding Threat to Higher Education?

By Danyella Wilder, Amy Sokolow, Yun Hao
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Atty-General William Barr: The Chinese Threats to Democracy

July 16, 2020: From the Gerald R Ford Library in Grand Rapids, Michigan...

Speaker Madigan Implicated as CommonWealth Edison Agrees to Pay $200 Million to Settle Bribery Charges

July 17, 2020 - After many months of a smoldering investigation that's already...
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Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo on the Commission on Unalienable Rights Report

July 16. 2020, Philadelphia at the National Constitution Center - US Secretary of...

Fed’s Evans: Coronavirus Exposed Systemic Inequities Unable to be Addressed by Financial Tools

By Henry Ren Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans...
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In a Pandemic World, Can Illinois Afford Its Minimum Wage Law?

July 1, 2020 -- The new minimum wage for Illinois as of July...

President Trump Signs an Executive Order to Hire Federal Employees Based on Skills, Not Degrees

President Trump holds up the executive order instating “skills-first” hiring practices over degree-based...

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Historian Mark DePue: Preserving Illinois’ Oral History

From the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library:  We talk with historian and fmr military officer, Mark DePue on his work of conducting indepth oral history...