Last week Canada's highest court struck down the country’s anti-prostitution laws, siding with a group of sex workers who argued the ban made their work more dangerous. We'll take a look at the potential impact of the court's decision.
When Long John Wentworth was elected mayor in the spring of 1857, he pledged to clean up the city. Today that would mean an attack on political corruption. In Long John’s time, he meant a literal clean up: Chicago looked like a junkyard.