Kanye West has responded to Kim Kardashian West's divorce petition, TMZ reports.
A roundup of legislative and Capitol news items of interest from Monday:
DES MOINES -- By all accounts, Iowa’s 2020 general election was wildly successful, and that success was driven largely by early voting.
Freshman Iowa Republican U.S. Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks officially called on Congress to "follow precedent" and dismiss Democrat Rita Hart’s petition challenging the razor-thin outcome in the contested race for southeast Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District.
DES MOINES — The Iowa Democratic Party has asked a nonpartisan U.S. House ethics body to investigate Republican U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson over what the Democrats say are ethics violations, an accusation the Congresswoman’s office disputes.
A Davenport landlord owes $35,000 for wrongfully evicting a woman and her pregnant teenage daughter in a more than five-year-long housing discrimination case that made its way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Chrishell Stause and Justin Hartley have reached a divorce settlement, over a year after the 'Smallville' star filed paperwork to end his marriage.
CLAIM: The head of research at Pfizer says the COVID-19 vaccine causes female sterilization because it contains a spike protein known as syncytin-1.
(CNN) -- With fewer than 60 days until President-elect Joe Biden takes office, the Trump administration has set an unprecedented record of scheduling the most federal inmates for execution during the last leg of a presidential term.
Stephen Fry is urging for the Parthenon Marbles to be returned to Athens.
Saying he wants to highlight the perils of all vote-by-mail elections as he checks on the accuracy of the July 7 primary count, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Hirsh Singh has asked for a hand recount of all Republican ballots in Cape May and Atlantic counties.
It took Taylor Berg four weeks to paint her two-and-a-half story wood-frame house at 1625 9th Ave., Moline.
It took Taylor Berg four weeks to paint her 2 1/2-story wood-frame house at 1625 9th Ave., Moline.
Pat Cocozza, who has lived in Egg Harbor Township for 24 years, saw a threat to her way of life in her Reserve neighborhood and decided to do something about it.
Moline is sending a message to landlords and tenants: You're not welcome in the city if you commit or allow crimes.
In this book, Khan-Cullors writes of growing up in Los Angeles and experiencing the persecution of Black people by law enforcement, and particularly her brother’s experience in jail. After Trayvon Martin’s killer went free in 2013, these experiences led Khan-Cullors, Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi to co-found Black Lives Matter to fight for accountability for injustices against Black people.
Twenty Quad-Citians will be celebrated by the YWCA Quad-Cities for their efforts in standing up against racism.
The Quad-Cites will receive $280,000 in economic development funding from the U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration.
The impact of staff cuts on the city of Moline's parks and recreation department is being noticed as fewer employees struggle to keep up with the city's numerous parks and recreational areas.
As the state of Illinois reopens and families return to work, some are struggling to pay for child care because of the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, while child care centers struggle to remain open under strict social-distancing guidelines.
Governor JB Pritzker announced a $270 million Child Care Restoration grant program, provided for in the FY21 budget passed by the General Asse…
Ill. Gov. JB Pritzker, U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos, State Rep. Mike Halpin, Moline Mayor Stephanie Acri, Rock Island Mayor Mike Thoms and other loc…