WATCH: Jon Stewart On Aaron Schock's Luxe Spending Habits

WATCH: Jon Stewart On Aaron Schock's Luxe Spending Habits

Wednesday night's episode of The Daily Show proves that nothing, especially Aaron Schock's excessive spending habits, gets past Jon Stewart.

Anti-Equality Rep. Aaron Schock Resigns

Anti-Equality Rep. Aaron Schock Resigns

After growing scrutiny surrounding the Illinois congressman's use of funds, the 33-year-old Republican has resigned.

ExxonMobil Investigation Turns Up Evidence of Antigay Bias

ExxonMobil Investigation Turns Up Evidence of Antigay Bias

Illinois officials found the evidence is sufficient for legal action against the company to move forward.

WATCH: Chicago Gay Couple File Complaint Over Taxi Ejection

WATCH: Chicago Gay Couple File Complaint Over Taxi Ejection

Daniel Costa and Stephen Murphy say the driver kicked them out for kissing.

Ill. Trans Woman Alleges Discrimination by Hobby Lobby

Ill. Trans Woman Alleges Discrimination by Hobby Lobby

While questions swirl about whether there's reason to worry about Hobby Lobby's possible anti-LGBT biases, one transgender employee says she's confronted discrimination there for years.

WATCH: Illinois Celebrates Statewide Marriage Equality

WATCH: Illinois Celebrates Statewide Marriage Equality

Same-sex couples have been able to marry in some parts of the state for several months, but now marriage equality is the law of the entire Land of Lincoln.

Ill. Trans Woman Alleges Medical Discrimination, Files Lawsuit

Ill. Trans Woman Alleges Medical Discrimination, Files Lawsuit

A transgender woman alleges that an Illinois doctor wouldn't treat her after learning about her desire to pursue hormone replacement therapy.

Candidate Who Blamed Gays for Disasters Wins Ill. Congressional Primary

Candidate Who Blamed Gays for Disasters Wins Ill. Primary

Republican Susanne Atanus, who said 'God is angry' at gays, pulls off a primary win but faces a popular Democratic incumbent in the general election.

Ill. Marriage Equality Pioneer Dead at 65

Ill. Marriage Equality Pioneer Dead at 65

Vernita Gray, part of the first same-sex couple married in Illinois after winning a court order, was a veteran activist in her hometown of Chicago.

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