Judge Who Gave Light Sentence In Brock Turner Case Removed By VotersVoters recalled a California judge over a sexual assault sentence that garnered national attention.
Irish Voters Overwhelmingly Repeal Ban On AbortionThe outcome was a historic victory for women's' rights in a traditionally Catholic country.
Voters Head To The Polls In Ireland For Abortion ReferendumIn 2016, over 3,000 women from Ireland traveled to the U.K. to have abortions. That's almost nine per day.
Illinois House In Session To Vote On Senate Bill 1The Illinois House will be in session on Wednesday as it begins to consider Governor Rauner's veto of the school funding measure known as Senate Bill 1.
CPS Vote To Authorize Strike With Public BallotChicago Public Teachers continued to vote Thursday on whether to authorize a strike, but were not happy with the change to a public ballot.
Opinion: How Many People Actually Support Trump? Fewer Than You Think...Trump's supporters are a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of America. Let's crunch the numbers!
Early Voting Off To Strong Start For Mayoral Runoff ElectionFor the second consecutive day Tuesday, Chicago election board officials said the early voting turnout was a record.
On 102nd Birthday, Chicago Woman Becomes U.S. Citizen, Registers To VoteThis Wednesday was a big birthday for a 102-year-old woman from the Northwest Side Belmont Gardens neighborhood.
Chicago Could Appear On Monopoly's Latest Board, If Enough Chicagoans VoteWill enough people vote to secure Chicago one of the coveted spots on Monopoly's latest board?
Voters Beware: Don’t Rely On City Website To Find Your New WardAt the beginning of 2012, the City Council approved a new ward map. Sadly, the city's website hasn't gotten the memo yet.
Illinois Voter Information Set To Become Part Of National Database Next YearFormer Governor Pat Quinn signed on to join the Electronic Registration Information Center or ERIC program in 2016 along with several other states.
The Internet May Change Drastically, Especially For ChicagoansThe FCC just passed new regulations that could drastically change America's Internet speeds and pricing -- especially for Chicago.