Peru is a city in LaSalle County, Illinois, United States. It is part of the Ottawaâ€“Peru, IL Micropolitan Statistical Area. Peru and its twin city, LaSalle, make up the core of Illinois Valley
For Some Muslim Couples, Gender-Separate Weddings Are the Norm
For some Muslim brides who observe the hijab, weddings, where men and women celebrate in different rooms, creates a space for guests to feel free, while also upholding tradition.
With Court Prize in Sight, Republicans Unite Behind Trump Once Again
The swift rally behind President Trump?s push to fill a Supreme Court seat before the election reflects his lock on the Republican Party.
Climate Disruption Is Now Locked In. The Next Moves Will Be Crucial.
The Times spoke to two dozen experts who said decisions made now would spell the difference between a difficult future and something far worse.
Tracking Absentee Votes in the 2020 Election
A record number of voters will be able to cast mail ballots in the general election. So far, Democrats are requesting more absentee ballots than Republicans.
Stakeholder Capitalism Gets a Report Card. It?s Not Good.
The pandemic and the movement for racial justice have tested corporate pledges to elevate social concerns alongside shareholder interests. A new study finds companies are failing to follow through.
What We Know About Coronavirus Cases in K-12 Schools So Far
Thousands of cases have already been linked to schools this season. But a lack of reporting means that a national accounting remains out of reach.
In Latest Legal Rebuke, Court Orders Postal Service to Prioritize Mail-In Voting
A federal judge, in response to a lawsuit filed in New York, also ordered the agency to reverse operational changes that have slowed mail delivery in recent months.
Shadow of Merrick Garland Hangs Over the Next Supreme Court Fight
The fight over the confirmation of Judge Garland in 2016 set the tone for an even more brutal battle over who should succeed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Nursing Homes Oust Unwanted Patients With Claims of Psychosis
They are finding what families say are pretexts to send patients to hospitals for psychiatric care ? and then refusing to let them return.
The deadline for receiving mail ballots is extended in Michigan, adding to a string of victories for the Democrats.
A Michigan judge on Friday extended a Nov. 3 deadline for receipt of mail ballots, the latest in a flurry of election-related court rulings around the country that benefited the Democrats.