The nonprofit Sesame Workshop said Tuesday a selection of Muppets will take part in a 10-city trip to celebrate the show’s 50th anniversary campaign with free park festivals, live performances and kid-friendly activities.
New research suggests seniors who aren’t on guard against scams also might be at risk for eventually developing Alzheimer’s disease.
A pair of bills would increase funding for biomedical and scientific research at top U.S. agencies and “defend America’s place as a world leader in scientific progress,” U.S. Rep. Bill Foster said in a statement.
A pair of bills would strip the state of its authority to regulate endangered species that are protected at the federal level but that might require further protections within Illinois.
In recent years, illustrations from 1970s Mexican comic books have earned a dedicated following of fans and collectors. We visit a new pulp art show at a Chicago gallery.
Illinois spends more per pupil on school administration than almost every other state in the union, according to a new report. What the state is doing to address spending.
The U.S. empire stretches farther than you may think. The new book “How to Hide an Empire” details America’s acquisition of foreign land.
A fire has devastated the 850-year-old cathedral in Paris. What will it take to rebuild the iconic structure? Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin joins us in discussion.
Would you forgo your privacy for more effective technology? Owners of voice-activated home devices may need to start asking themselves that question.
The young American photographer Brendan Hoffman tells us about his new show at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art.
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