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San Francisco will take on the St. Louis in the National League Championship Series.
Most NFL fans believe Commissioner Roger Goodell should keep his job after his handling of recent domestic violence cases.
A new government report says not only has U.S. life expectancy inched up, but death rates have fallen.
As part of its escalated response to the worst Ebola outbreak on record, the CDC is teaching docs how to safely treat patients in West Africa with the virus.
The actor allegedly admitted to sexual misconduct with underage girls.
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Hurt in a car crash six years ago, this Iowa bride can't feel her legs, but she was determined to walk down the aisle.
More than 1,000 baristas have enrolled at Arizona State University to take advantage of a program that helps pay tuition.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
The Springfield Police Department will get 40 new squad cars, the fire department will get a new engine and the public works department will get a street sweeper.
Photo, books from Lincoln on display
A year into the Affordable Care Act, Illinois is outpacing the national average in this area: the percentage-point decrease in…
First there was #Bendgate ... now brace yourself for #Hairgate.
A Chicago attorney and anti-corruption campaigner is stressing that a court-appointed monitor is needed to ensure the state's Department of Transportation is in compliance with political hiring bans.
With the NBA recovering from the Donald Sterling fiasco and the NFL reeling from domestic violence cases, the NHL opens a new season free of controversy.
Legal pressure is mounting across the U.S. for marriage rights in the wake of the Supreme Court decision.
A repeat of last winter's deep freeze is unlikely, which should lower home heating costs.
Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner says Gov. Pat Quinn should take the blame for the increase in child abuse and…
A former Sangamon County Board Member seems to be the latest candidate in the race for Ward 2 alderman. Tyrone…
The rapper put up $5,000 to help provide new equipment for a little league team in Des Moines, Iowa.
SAT scores among the nation's high school seniors remain stubbornly unchanged.