Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
Chicago teachers strike extends into 11th day, second-longest in US history
The Chicago teachers union and the city’s mayor have blasted one another over who was to blame as a strike that caused 300,000 public school students to miss classes extended into an 11th day on Thursday, the second-longest teachers’ strike in recent US history.
Chicago teachers' strike enters eighth day, 300,000 students miss classes
More than 300,000 students in the US city of Chicago will miss another day of classes as teachers in America’s third-largest school district have been on strike for over a week.
School leaves 'bullied' child outside in cold, then reports him missing
A woman is suing school bosses in Chicago after her nine-year-old son was left outside in the cold without a coat.
Official: Chicago institute to return Iran’s ancient inscriptions
The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago voiced readiness for returning Achaemenid inscriptions to Iran, an Iranian official said on Tuesday.
At least five people, including two children, shot at family gathering in Chicago
At least five people, including two children, were shot Saturday at a family gathering in Chicago, police and a fire official said.
African American woman elected Chicago mayor in historic vote
In a historic first, an African American woman was elected mayor of America's third largest city Tuesday, as Chicago voters entrusted a political novice with tackling difficult problems of economic inequality and gun violence.
Chicago officer sentenced for murdering black teen
Ex-Chicago, the US, policeman Jason Van Dyke was sentenced to six years and nine months in jail for the 2014 killing of black teenager Laquan McDonald on Friday.
Ancient bones found in suburban Chicago
A woman doing landscaping on her suburban Chicago property unearthed the bones of a man who died 800 to 1,000 years ago.
Officials launch 'slow motion coup d'etat' against Trump
A “coup d’état” has been launched by the White House against the US President Donald Trump, according to Stephen Lendman, an American journalist, writer and political analyst based in Chicago.
23 shot, 2 fatally, in Chicago gun violence
At least 23 people were shot, two of them fatally, in a series of shootings over 24 hours across Chicago, Illinois, as America’s third largest city experienced yet another weekend of crime and gun violence.
Illinois sues Trump Tower over Chicago River water use
Illinois' attorney general is suing Chicago's Trump International Hotel & Tower for allegedly breaking environmental laws.
Iran beaten by Anderson magic in VNL
Iran suffered a 3-0 (29-27, 25-20, 26-24) against USA in in its final game of the fourth round of the FIVB Volleyball Nations League before heading to Tehran for the final round of the competition.
Unemployment rate for Chicago’s black youth improves
A new report on youth unemployment in Illinois offers some good news: The alarmingly high rate of young black men and women in Chicago who are neither working nor in school dropped markedly between 2014 and 2016 as the economy continued its recovery from the Great Recession.
Chicago launches summer job and recreation fair for kids, young adults
There are tens of thousands of jobs available to young people all through the One Summer Chicago program.
US judge bars disgraced ex-House speaker Dennis Hastert from being alone with children
A federal judge in Chicago on Tuesday ordered that Dennis Hastert never be left alone with anyone under 18 unless another adult is present who is aware of the former US House speaker's conviction in a hush-money case that revealed he had sexually abused several high school students.

Page Generated in 2/8743 sec