Chicagoans marched weeks before ‘most crucial election of our lifetime’

Anti-Trump Protest Photo

By Allison Schatz Medill Reports From handmaidens cloaked in red to dogs sporting protest signs, energized crowds gathered in downtown Chicago on Saturday as part of the fourth annual Women’s March, just two weeks prior to the general election. The Chicago rally, named “Vote. March. Dissent.,” comes mere days before the Senate holds its first […]

CEOs discuss new approaches for PFAS destruction

Water being poured into a glass

By Marisa Sloan Medill Reports Over 60 years ago, the revolutionary “nonstick” Teflon pan was first unveiled. American households would be forever changed by the invention, although not for the better. The pan’s slippery coating was made using perfluorooctanoic acid, one of a class of over 6,000 extremely durable, man-made chemicals known as PFAS. Before […]