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This is a big month for the moon. Friday is the 49th anniversary of the first moon landing, and on July 27 a dramatic blood moon will grace the sky.

The confusion underscores the effect of the president’s on-the-fly style and his affinity for a nation that officials describe as a major threat.

Check back every other week as The Times education reporter Carmen McCollum profiles teachers and school administrators from around the Region as part of our new Meet Your NWI Educators

The president’s willingness to embrace despots and lambaste allies in pursuit of an unconventional foreign policy has led to political blowback at home.

The "Ecopolis South Shore" play will bring its vision of a more environmentally friendly and renewable Region to Gary later this month.

Network’s local membership surges; firm to develop more products in Bengaluru

The praise from Moscow’s elite for the President contrasts sharply with the reaction in Washington

Records show the Chicago City Council Latino Caucus Foundation accepted $1,000 from the GEO Group, a private prison company that has contracts to detain immigrants. A spokeswoman for the GEO Group said the company also donated $500 to the foundation last year.

For the Fourth of July, the Chicago Tribune and Tribune News Service offer these 50 fun facts that you might not know about America.