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Iran's possible reversal of a promise to ship out its atomic fuel is more proof that the Obama administration and its foreign policy are failures.
An Illinois Congresswoman is the first to say she wants Mark Kirk's seat in the U.S. Senate.
Groups that help fund the prevention of motor vehicle thefts in Illinios are among those that are sounding the alarm on some of Governor Bruce Rauner's budget cuts.
The choice of going to work sick or staying home and not getting paid would no longer be the choice – under a bill discussed in an Illinois Senate committee.
The guitarist is contemplating developing a musical based on songs of the Eagles.
Roger Daltrey says he used to try to sing like it's the first time, but now he sings for what might be the last time.
Dennis Dodd was not happy that the Packers QB refused an interview request during Saturday night's game ... and he made sure everyone knew it.
Industry insiders claimed the trio's most recent reunion fell apart amid backstage squabbles, but the guitarist says it's just not true.
A Maine woman's unusual method of finding a kidney donor has paid off.
Officials say two men, disguised as women, tried to ram the gates of Fort Meade, where the National Security Agency is housed.
Little Annabelle Ridgeway was determined to get a slushie.
The congregation of New Salem Baptist Church had a Sunday service they won't forget.
Comedy Central has named Trevor Noah, a 31-year-old comedian from South Africa, as Jon Stewart's replacement.
Elvis Presley had one. So did presidents from Kennedy to Reagan.
A thief in New Hampshire apparently had a craving for cash, not cookies.
Shayanna Jenkins on Monday is expected to talk about a box she disposed of from their basement the day after Odin Lloyd was killed in 2013.
March Madness started with a bracket busting 68 teams and now we're down to the Final Four.
Jennifer Lopez and Rihanna's new animated movie raked in $54 million this weekend.
Zach McAllister and T.J. House have won the two open jobs in the Cleveland Indians' starting rotation.
Military officials are considering adjusting some of the requirements for certain jobs, such as those involving cyber or high-tech expertise.