Thousands are misled into switching suppliers in the hopes of saving money but instead see their utility bills spike, sometimes driving them into debt.
Infective endocarditis, a side effect of the injection drug crisis is on the rise in Illinois, posing financial and ethical concerns
Amid the high cost of hospitalizing an increasing number of young people suffering from the infection, doctors express reluctance to treat patients likely to resume drug use that will put them at greater risk in the future.
How one filmmaker is using artificial intelligence to uncover surveillance of her Muslim community in Chicago
Assia Boundaoui is leveraging the FBI’s decades of targeting communities of color to “fill in the blanks” of records she obtained in a federal FOIA battle as depicted in the documentary “The Feeling of Being Watched,” airing Oct. 14 on PBS.
Our analysis shows a troubling pattern of officers charging alleged victims of police misconduct with aggravated battery or assault to a police officer or resisting arrest.
Female prison inmates are being disciplined at much higher rates than men for lower-level offenses in many states.
The district’s most vulnerable students often end up in alternative schools that are especially under-resourced to cope with the trauma of gun violence.