Gun violence has become a part of everyday life in America and of the work lives of doctors, nurses and first responders, too.
After the NRA told doctors to "stay in their lane" in response to a policy proposal from the American College of Physicians for reducing gun-related injuries and deaths, there was a backlash as health care professionals shared heart-wrenching stories about treating people harmed by firearms.
After days of mounting criticism for mishandling ballots and overall election mismanagement as Florida conducts three statewide recounts, Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes has suggested she might not want to stay on the job for long.
Hurricanes are dropping more rain and causing more flooding than in the past, and humans are to blame on multiple fronts.
Climate scientists have warned for decades that global warming will cause extreme weather to get more frequent and severe. A pair of studies published today in the journal Nature find that hurricanes are already causing more rain than they used to, and that cities themselves may be making the rainfall from those storms even worse.
A Kansas man pleaded guilty Tuesday to shooting a Carbondale Police officer in 2016.
The Jackson County State's Attorney says 24-year-old Alex Karcher of Salina, Kansas pleaded guilty to aggravated battery to a police officer; aggravated discharge of a firearm and conspiracy to possess with the intent to deliver more than five thousand grams of a substance containing cannabis.
Governor-elect J.B. Pritzker now tops Donald Trump as the richest politician in America. Pritzker’s wealth has led to more questions about the role of money in politics, and led critics to question how much the Democrat’s personal wealth may have influenced his election win against Gov. Bruce Rauner.
SIU is hosting a campaign this week to help smokers quit.
Brianna Sinche, the school's wellness coordinator and tobacco cessation educator, says the program is through the American Cancer Society which works with college campuses across the nation to have a completely smoke free campus for one day.
This week’s election was expected to bring a second “Year of the Woman” to American politics.
After Tuesday, here’s what that looks like in Illinois: The state’s congressional delegation added one woman, and there will be at least one, maybe up to three, more women serving in Springfield come January.