This year, Latinos are expected to be the largest non-white voting bloc for the first time. Trump’s appeal may be stronger than you think.
The likely shift in the court’s makeup is set to be the sharpest ideological swing in nearly three decades.
Accusing the GOP of “political theatrics,” the powerful politician said he won’t voluntarily testify before the House committee investigating him.
Season 3 of WBEZ’s Motive podcast examines the origins of the youth white supremacist movement in America.
After the Trump administration made last-minute changes that shortened the 2020 census schedule, a federal judge in California has ordered it to extend counting for another month.
From problems transferring patients to concerns about hospital staffing, WBEZ follows up to see what, if anything, has changed.
Republicans pushed back against Democrats’ warning that lawmakers could raise state income taxes for all if voters reject a graduated income tax plan.
We break down the Booker shortlisted novel ‘The Shadow King’ with Lydia Levy, founder of the African literature review website Omusana.
The top state House Republican will question executives of the power company, which is at the center of a federal corruption case.
Chicago’s homeless already worry about where to safely sleep when the cold arrives. COVID-19 is making that harder.
With millions of students logging in from home, the pandemic has disrupted the traditional school function of making sure students are “in school.“
Protesters gathered Wednesday night in Auburn-Gresham, Bronzeville and Palmer Square: “We are tired of police killing us and getting away with it.”
From an Underground Railroad site to “the most historic Black town in America,” see local Black history on a new heritage water trail.
Many Chicagoans were already feeling isolation during the summer. Here are tips to survive the COVID-19-stymied winter that’s coming.
Volunteers getting the shot help determine if a candidate vaccine works. But what with social distancing and masks, scientists must discern if it’s the shot or these other measures preventing illness.
From in-person early voting to drop boxes, here’s the latest on what you need to know about voting in this election.