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Jeff Bezos offers $2B in incentives for NASA lunar lander contract

Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos on Monday said his company will cover billions in costs if NASA will award it a contract to build a system to land astronauts on the moon.

Former CPS administrator named new Archdiocese of Chicago schools leader

A former Chicago Public Schools administrator who founded the city’s charter school program will take the helm next month as the new superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Chicago, church officials said Monday.

Air quality alert issued for Chicago on Monday, with sensitive groups encouraged to limit outdoor activity

The air quality index for Monday lists ozone at unhealthy levels for sensitive groups.

Who is Dr. Joseph Mercola? 5 things about the COVID-19 misinformation ‘super spreader’ — from Chicago roots to bizarre battles with government regulators

Here are five things to know about Joseph Mercola’s Chicago-area ties — and past fights with government regulators over a slew of unproven claims and medical treatments.

Alderman, CDOT to meet with residents to discuss Lincoln Avenue streetscape improvements

A portion of Chicago’s Lincoln Avenue could take on a new look with colorful murals, more greenery and bicycle lanes as the city seeks feedback from residents for a streetscape improvement project.

Simone Biles' road to stardom: Career milestones for America’s favorite gymnast

Simone Biles has been upping her own game since she became an elite gymnast.

Marlboro maker Philip Morris could stop selling cigarettes in UK

Health charity Ash said it was hard to take such claims seriously from a cigarette manufacturer.

Mask mandate, other COVID restrictions in Chicago possible if daily cases top 200, Lightfoot warns with Lollapalooza days away

Statewide, COVID-19 cases are also rising rapidly.

E-car maker Lucid has strong Nasdaq debut after merger with SPAC

Shares of Lucid Group rose as much as 19 percent in their Nasdaq debut on Monday after the electric-vehicle maker completed its merger with a blank-check company backed by Wall Street dealmaker Michael Klein. Lucid, which is run by an ex-Tesla engineer, had agreed to go public in February through a merger with Churchill Capital…

Robinhood CEO interested in offering retirement accounts

Robinhood Markets is considering launching US retirement accounts, CEO and co-founder Vlad Tenev said on Saturday.

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