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Outgoing Gov. Pat Quinn says lawmakers' approval of a special election for comptroller is a "victory for democracy.''
Honda will pay penalties for failing to report hundreds of injuries, deaths, and other consumer claims.
Illinois' incoming comptroller says she'd run in a 2016 special election if lawmakers approve one at a legislative session in Springfield.
The beautify and powerful "Selma" is the most painfully relevant film in memory.
Police say two men broke into an apartment in the 2400 block of Ladley Court early the morning of the 25th.
The boycott of Angela Bassett's new biopic doesn't upset the actress-turned-director.
Former defensive tackle Jethro Pugh, who played in five Super Bowls, has died at the age of 70.
Employers cut 5 percent fewer jobs last year than in 2013 and the smallest number since 1997.
A California doctor is offering a $5,000 reward for the return of a priceless collection of autographed albums.
The new Senate majority leader and President Barack Obama aren't wasting any time setting up showdowns.
Elvis Presley would have marked his 80th birthday today.
The 10-episode series will premiere on Spike TV network on April 2.
A study shows men who post lots of selfies are more likely to think they are better than others.
The gig will be the band's last before embarking on its Sonic Highways World Tour on Jan. 15.
The rocker is convinced he will never fully recover from the lymphoma he was diagnosed with three years ago.
Reforms by the IOC have given karate officials renewed hope that the martial art could be added to the Tokyo games.
Here's a look at some of the top sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Jan. 8.
Nicki Minaj, Bruno Mars, and Hozier are also among the top-10 albums this week.
The British singer/songwriter has signed up to help revive the beloved series after a three-year hiatus.
The top communications regulator appears ready to endorse strict "net neutrality" rules.