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More than half of Americans say brands should drop sponsorship deals with the NFL over its handling of players accused of domestic violence.
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KLM Airlines uses four paws to reunite lost-and-found items with passengers at the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
The new owner of the L.A. Clippers says the team and its fans are stronger after going through a nasty public fight over racism.
U.S. and coalition planes pounded Islamic State positions again, but the strikes did not halt the fighters' advance in a Kurdish area.
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Foundation funds off-limits to alleged embezzler
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Fees submitted by businesses with their applications to Illinois' new medical marijuana program have topped $5 million.
The homeless problem is not going away, but it’s getting better, according to a longtime Salvation Army professional. “We still…
While Springfield gas prices continue their habit of spiking between 30 and 40 cents at a time, prices are still lower overall than they were a month ago.
"Bendgate" might be particularly troubling for those who wear skinny jeans.
NASCAR's Tony Stewart has been cleared of any criminal charges relating to the death of rival Kevin Ward, Jr., who was struck and killed during a sprint car rally.
South 6th St. and West Iles Ave. locations impacted.
Ed Sheeran has written a new tune for One Direction, even after Niall Horan stole his girlfriend.
Model Amber Rose has filed for divorce to end her one-year marriage to rapper Wiz Khalifa.
The Wire star, Idris Elba, has recruited Mumford & Sons and James Blake to work on an album dedicated to the memory of late civil rights icon Nelson Mandela.
Springfield Police are looking for help finding two suspects they say stole two diamonds from a jewlery store while it was open.
Nearly five dozen Illinois Department of Transportation employees have been given a temporary reprieve from layoffs.
Journey's tour may be over, but that hasn't stopped ticket sales from continuing.
This week's campaign opens a new front in Syria and thrusts Washington into the country's 3-year-old civil war.