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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's teammates say they will wait and see when it comes to a judge's decision on his suspension.
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A project that's been delayed for years may end up going forward, thanks in part to the city's new Economic Development Commission.
The Service Employees International Union used the State Capitol Rotunda to hold a class they say Governor Bruce Rauner is trying to cut.
Seven people have died from Legionnaires' disease at a veterans' home in Quincy.
Breakfastarians rejoice as the Golden Arches announces you'll soon be able to buy an egg McMuffin at dinner time.
The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to pursue a bid to bring the Summer Games to town in 2024 and become the only city besides London ever to host the Olympics three times.
Police in northern Illinois say a manhunt is underway after an officer was shot and killed while pursuing a group of suspicious men.
The British actor will portray the beloved American author in "Rebel in the Rye."
A federal judge has cited Illinois' efforts in recent days to make court-ordered payments to social-service providers in deciding not to hold the state in contempt.
St. Clair County may sue the state of Illinois to try to get millions in state funding that's not being distributed because of the budget impasse.
Mother Nature has the last word, says the USDA's crop statistician in Illinois.
The British star, whose turn in "Spectre" marks his fourth time playing 007, has now admitted he has no current plans to appear in another Bond movie
Case Western Reserve University and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are going to spend a week studying and celebrating Smokey Robinson.
Federal prosecutors in Missouri say Shaun Christopher Becker robbed six banks and used a bicycle as his getaway ride.
The rocker jokes he used to think he could make more money by not writing a book than by writing one.
The Rauner administration says it has reached tentative or final agreements on new labor contracts with several Teamsters Union units