Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, died from complications from cancer. Her death will set in motion what promises to be a tumultuous political battle over who will succeed her.
With the future of the popular messaging and social media app in limbo, Chinese residents hope they can continue using the platform.
Illinois Sen. Durbin Says A Vote On The Next Supreme Court Justice Must Wait Until After The Election
Sen. Dick Durbin says Republicans should follow their own precedent for replacing justices. Meanwhile, Trump is said to be considering a Chicago federal judge to fill Ginsburg’s seat.
The start of remote learning has been grueling but teacher Jessica Vega says, “I want to be positive and optimistic it won’t be forever.”
“Chicago is a great example of how structurally racist policies can lead to structurally racist outcomes, and this is a piece of an attempt to confront that,” one official said.
In the coming decades, climate change could impact everything from where we live to the economy. Reset spoke with two experts about what to expect.
As the deadline looms, Chicago census workers are trying desperately to avoid an undercount — but it hasn’t been easy.
Latino and Black households were far more likely to report having serious financial problems than their white counterparts.
As colleges crack down on students accused of violating strict pandemic safety rules, students are lawyering up to fight their punishments.
The Department released seven new surveys seeking input on policies, including prohibiting sexual misconduct and response to hate crimes.
As a film professor, Sarah Kozloff learned ‘The Lord of the Rings’ fails an easy gender equality test. So she wrote her own fantasy series.
The compensation package and name of the candidate were not publicly released. The candidate goes to the County Board for approval.