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A case against the troubled actress for marijuana possession and throwing a pipe out an apartment window last year was dismissed on Monday.
A deadly storm front moved through much of the U.S. on Monday, bringing with it hurricane-force winds and thunderstorms that damaged homes.
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President Barack Obama intends to take executive action to address the "broken" U.S. immigration system.
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Gov. Pat Quinn has replaced the head of the Illinois Department of Transportation.
Illinois' top Medicaid official has announced a timetable for moving hundreds of thousands of poor and disabled patients into managed care health plans.
The budget the legislature gave the governor to sign is not an exact match for the five-year “budget blueprint” he asked for.
France reached the World Cup quarter-finals, while Uruguay striker Luis Suarez broke his silence to apologize for biting.
General Motors is recalling millions more vehicles dating back to 1997 as the company's safety crisis grows.
The Who star Roger Daltrey has hinted the band's upcoming 50th anniversary tour will be their last.
Carrie Fisher's daughter has landed a role in the new "Star Wars" movie, playing a young Princess Leia.
The Supreme Court says public sector unions can't collect fees from home health care workers who object to being affiliated with a union.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that businesses can object on religious grounds to providing insurance that covers birth control.
The compensation fund for victims of General Motors' defective ignition switch will be open to a broad range of people.