Stories by Claire Bugos
Between coverage of figure skating, snowboarding and skiing, North Korea has been at the center of attention during the Winter Olympics.
Mayer spoke with Medill professor Peter Slevin about President Trump, the Koch brothers and the state of truth in the news media today.
“The point of contention is not 'Will the Israelis have their capital there?' but 'Will the Palestinians have their capital there?'”
From #MeToo to Fiona the Hippo to Cardi B, 2017 is a year we certainly won't forget.
President Trump just returned from a 12-day tour of Asia, during which he hoped to clarify America’s vision for trade in the region.
"Pawar’s departure is a major indication of candidates with deeper pockets pushing out less wealthy candidates."
This has been a big week for those involved in the reproductive rights debate.
The course began and ended in Grant Park and wound through 29 Chicago neighborhoods.
HotPlate, the winning team, offers an app for restaurant-goers seeking reviews on individual dishes.
In photos: Earth week.
Steam Heat brings classic musical show tunes to life through dance and song
The Cupid’s Cup allows top student entrepreneurs to compete for $100,000 in cash prizes to expand their company.
In the midst of Winter Quarter drudgery, students still found ways to relax, have fun and broaden their horizons.
Student writers, directors and actors brought performances about their experiences of being Black in America to life Tuesday night in the university-level debut of Black Lives Black Words.
Weinberg senior Arpan Doshi crafts elaborate meals for other students out of his apartment.
The NU wrestling team took on Indiana Hoosiers on Friday, and we got an up-close look at all of the "match day" festivities.
Over 250,000 gathered in downtown Chicago on Saturday for the Women's March on Chicago to show support for women and marginalized groups at risk under Trump's presidency.