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A panel has voted to lift a decades-long ban on travel to Cuba, giving a boost to moves to ease travel restrictions and open up relations with the Castro-governed nation.
An Alabama drifter opened fire inside a crowded theater, killing two women and injuring several others, is the latest act of random gun violence to shock the U.S.
Retirement experts are warning younger workers about using their retirement account like an ATM.
Here's a look at some of today's biggest sports stories, Friday, July 24.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
Senate President John Cullerton says he’s tried to get Gov. Bruce Rauner moving on pension reform, with little success.
Three homes were hit by bullets but it doesn't appear anyone was injured.
A look back at some of Hollywood's most memorable moments.
The shooting took place during a 7 p.m. CDT showing of the film "Train Wreck".
The state has been ordered to keep making Medicaid payments in its most populous county, and the rest of Illinois may soon follow.
The "Loyal" hitmaker has been detained in the country since Tuesday due to fraud allegations and is literally praying to leave.
One of Springfield's most iconic downtown high rises is changing brands.
It's unclear what the right handed suspect got away with.
The annual gathering of robotic whizz-kids and industry leaders features events ranging from football to simulated rescue operations.
Late Decatur Mayor Mike McElroy was remembered at his funeral as funny, caring, and as a man who deeply loved the city he's called home most of his life.
Caterpillar has released weaker-than-expected results for the second quarter.
A lawmaker representing Illinois’ capital city is growing weary of the seemingly never-ending budget wrangling.
Any Italian will tell you: pasta is healthy and makes you feel good. But what about spaghetti made from cannabis?
This interactive timeline shows why each passing year seems to go by faster than the last.