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Now that the warmer season has arrived so have the rummage sales. Robin Hood Of Danville is ready and eager to pick up what is left over after your event. Your leftovers benefit so many families in Danville.
President Trump is conducting a concerted and calculated campaign to undermine every institution in the American political system that can hold him and his political allies accountable for their actions. His list of targets is long: judges and journalists, intelligence analysts and inspector…
One memory of my childhood growing up in the small Indiana town of Loogootee is a large, framed picture that hung on the wall of our downstairs family room.
The news coming from Illinois public health officials keeps getting better. Trends in crucial metrics from the state’s hospitals continue to decrease, as does the rate of positive COVID-19 tests.
The news coming from Illinois public health officials keeps getting better. Trends in crucial metrics from the state’s hospitals continue to decrease, as does the rate of positive COVID-19 tests. While it’s far from time to rejoice, the state is on track to be ready for the next phase of red…
It hasn’t been in the news much, but former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, now in a tight Republican primary to win back his old Alabama Senate seat, has been talking a lot about his time in the Justice Department and the issue that made him a persona non grata in Trumpworld: his March 2017…
It’s been a spring like no other I can remember. The coronavirus pandemic that began last winter in China and spread quickly to other parts of the world finally crashed in on middle America in late February and early March.
Joe Biden has not been loudly beating up on President Donald Trump for his pathetic performance during the coronavirus crisis. The pandemic has already killed over 80,000 Americans and cratered the economy. And the United States has become an object of international pity.
Nobody wants the worst-case scenario for the coronavirus pandemic to unfold. Still, the uncertainty of this moment in time demands proactive steps by public and private leaders.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams warned that this week of mounting death from the novel coronavirus could be “our Pearl Harbor moment.” He was referring, of course, to the surprise 1941 Japanese attack on the U.S. Navy base in Honolulu, which pulled the nation into World War II.
Before COVID-19 upended life as we’ve known it, the average U.S. home at 10 a.m. on a weekday might be a pretty quiet place. Parents at work. Kids in classrooms. Maybe there’d be a spaniel or a tabby standing sentry at the homestead, or a long-tailed budgerigar.
To fight the coronavirus at home, France is removing all military forces from Iraq. When NATO scaled back its war games in Europe because of the pandemic, Russia reciprocated. Moscow announced it would cancel its war games along NATO's border.
The COVID-19 pandemic is altering many dimensions of our national life: economic, social, political. But it cannot be allowed to infect the health of our democracy or weaken the ability of every American to cast a ballot in November.
This is a time of great testing for Congress. As it considers responses to the nation’s health and economic crises, it faces close scrutiny by ordinary Americans, financial markets, and businesses large and small across the country. The pressure to move quickly is intense, and it is not an i…
An emergency room doctor in New York City got thrust into an international spotlight this week when former President Barack Obama responded to what he had posted on Twitter. The doctor’s theme: a day in the ER.
As the coronavirus stops normal life, trapping more Americans in their homes, some have raised the specter of another health threat: loneliness. Before this crisis seized our anxieties, much discussion centered around the dangers of perceived social isolation and feeling cut off from others.
During a recent spate of cynicism, I made a prediction to friends: Before this thing is over, Trumpists will be calling COVID-19 God's will. So let's get back to work, save the stock market and let the disease sort them out. There are more than 300 million individuals in the United States. S…
Now that Joe Biden has virtually clinched the Democratic nomination, the next question is his running mate. He's promised to name a woman, and there are many good candidates — but his best bet would be Amy Klobuchar, the senator from Minnesota who ran a credible race for the top spot and str…
"The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time," said Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey to a friend on the eve of Britain's entry into the First World War.
This Week's Circulars
- District 118 to discuss possible fall plans
- Danville businesses trying to keep employees on payrolls
- Pritzker issues rules as Illinois prepares for reopening
- Food Trailer Frenzy kicks off summer
- DHS seniors receive prizes from Viking Patrol
- Oakwood HS principal to retire
- Danville casino license process extended
- Republican rep begins attempt to remove Pritzker from office
- Goodwill to accept drop-off donations
- Two teens injured in shooting
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