Reset explores what a conservative majority on the Supreme Court could mean for the Affordable Care Act, Roe V. Wade and marriage equality.
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The nation’s highest court struck down the case 5-3 on Monday.
With less than a week until Election Day, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx joins Reset to discuss her reelection bid.
Gov. JB Pritzker announced the suspension of indoor service at bars and restaurants and limits on gatherings to 25 people in Chicago because of surges in COVID-19. Mayor Lori Lightfoot questioned the decision on national television.
A new documentary film series gives viewers an understanding of contemporary Chicago and Chicagoans
With about a week left, Americans have already cast 62 million early ballots, putting the 2020 election on track for historic levels of voter turnout.
With the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, anti-abortion activists hope for a world where ending an unwanted pregnancy is not an option.
Loans were approved for Illinois companies tied to Betsy DeVos, a congressional candidate with 1,400 workers and crooked contractors.
The 48-year-old judge solidifies the court’s conservative majority, filling Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat just about a week before Election Day.
Chicago aldermen held the first hearing on the city’s massive pandemic budget. Here’s a look at the highlights.