Stories by Isabelle Earl
Stories from women who chose to end a pregnancy (Part 4 + 5)
For Candice Choo-Kang, ending a pregnancy was the start of her career as public health activist.
Stories from women who chose to end a pregnancy (Part 3)
“I sincerely hope everybody will have the options that I had,” said Linda Buczyna.
What the Dobbs v. Jackson ruling means for the future of privacy
Roe v. Wade is no longer the law of the land. What Supreme Court decisions might be challenged next?
Six candidates battle for Illinois Secretary of State seat
For the first time in more than 20 years, Illinois will soon have a new secretary of state.
The queer fiction boom is here to stay
The demand for LGBTQ representation in literature is growing across genres.
Stories from women who chose to end a pregnancy (Part 2)
Married with a steady job, Casey wasn’t ready to have a family.
Stories from women who chose to end a pregnancy (Part 1)
When one woman felt like she could not get an abortion at a clinic, she induced a miscarriage.
Cubs get walloped in New York
The Yankees finished off the Cubs with an 18-4 win Sunday in a second-straight blowout.
Are lax gun laws paving the way for more shootings?
Illinois is surrounded by states that don’t have comprehensive firearms regulations, with little oversight of sales from secondary markets.
Chicago home prices lag behind increases in suburban, national housing markets
The median home price in Chicago was down 1% in April from a year earlier. Nationwide, home prices increased 14.8% from a year ago.