If a person wants to be a teacher, the numbers say Illinois is a good place to get a job at a reasonable salary. What's the problem?
Success against obesity will take an effort of many steps. We’re talking about a lifetime of changes.
Hunger is on the rise worldwide. Close to home, food banks have seen a rise in demand as working families struggle with inflation.
Claiming that voting rights are under attack is a frequent Democratic talking point.
By any other name, they are still just selling nicotine addiction, which makes them no less pernicious than a street-corner drug dealer.
As we remember Sept. 11, 2001, here's how The Pantagraph's editorial board responded at the time.
Consider all that is going on here and in the world right now. It seems there is a crisis of varying degrees and lasting varying lengths of time about every other day.
From Kennedy to Kardashian, America has produced its own version of royalty. But we’ve never seen the things we’re about to see in the next few weeks.
If the past is prologue, expect a baby boom as we pull out of the current pandemic.
A North Dakota native has been named to a new and vital health care post. The nation ought to wish her well because the task before her is daunting: overseeing the overhaul of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) after its frustrating response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Americans need to wake up. We need someone ringing the bell – a Paul Revere type who can warn us and also lead us.
Let's be sure to remember all the things those local laborers do besides work.
The American Data Privacy and Protection Act would replace the patchwork of state data privacy laws with one national standard that would govern how companies can gather and use personal data
Even the best of us will turn defensive about being called among the worst in the country in any category.
Chicago has a variety of statues representing historical figures. None of them were perfect, all being human.
The Illinois Insurance Association and its member companies have offered some specific tips as we roll into another school year.
According to the Education Data Initiative, about 1 in 5 Americans—43 million people -- have debt from federal student loan programs, owing more than $1.6 trillion collectively.
Not everyone has the capability to work from a place other than an office, Not everyone should, even if they have the capability.
The threat is real, and it is dire. If there is a legitimate criticism to be made about the legislation sitting on Biden’s desk, it’s that it does not go far enough.
In our streets, shootings and deaths have reached those unable to vote. Victims aged 17, 14 and 12 have died in Decatur this summer.
All of the gadgets that are critical to our lifestyles depend on semiconductor chips. Laptops, cellphones, TVs, appliances, bank systems, security, the medical field and more -- all rely on miniscule chips.
Among other things, the bill contains $52 billion to subsidize American semiconductor manufacturers.
Public ignorance and blind party loyalty are a candidate's best friend.
Entertainment companies are branded with the slur of “woke” when they dare to show worlds with more possibilities than what art has presented for decades, if not centuries.