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Houston second baseman Jose Altuve passed Kansas City's Omar Infante in the final days of voting, leaving four Royals as starters for the All-Star Game.
The Illinois Cuba Working Group is optimistic about the prospects for Illinois commodities getting into Cuba, as relations continue to thaw between that country and the U.S.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a federal lawsuit asking for state funding of child-protective services to continue despite the lack of a state budget.
The provost of the University of Illinois' flagship campus in Urbana-Champaign says a task force has been formed to plot a long-term financial course in light of continued state budget cuts.
A contest featuring the sisters, who between them have hoisted the Rosewater Dish 10 times, should have been a blockbuster but turned out to be yet another awkward anti-climax.
A man celebrating the Fourth of July used his head as a launch pad.
It used to be that mail carriers had to just contend with dogs and weather but a rise in other work-related dangers has pushed the postal service to adopt new technology.
An appeals court has agreed with an Ohio woman who said her parking citation should be tossed because the village law was missing a comma.
Lawmakers return to Washington on Tuesday with a long to-do list.
The four surviving members of the band ended their 50-year-run this weekend.
A dispute over U.N. sanctions on Iran's ballistic missile program and a broader arms embargo are among issues holding up a nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers.
Rory McIlroy's defense of golf's British Open has been thrown into doubt.
Some of today's biggest celebrities aren't rock stars or sports heroes - they're gamers.
The Foo Fighters frontman returned to the stage in epic style.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
A true explosion of goals between the United States and Japanese made for a very entertaining Women's World Cup Final.
The "Piano Man" is a married man.