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Two courts injected new uncertainty into the future of Obamacare, with conflicting rulings on whether the government can subsidize health insurance.
Search teams in Washington State have found the remains of a person thought to be the last victim of a mudslide that buried an entire community in March.
Police say a man who fled from a Mississippi traffic stop was so focused on getting away he unknowingly ran into a law enforcement academy.
DC Comics marks 75 years of Gotham's top crime-fighter today.
The state is helping a little, Voices for Illinois Children says.
A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
Sangamon County Sheriff's Deputies say a lockdown at the Lincoln Place Mobile Home park in unincorporated Springfield near Riverton has ended.
A state appellate court handed the FutureGen Alliance a big victory Tuesday.
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A crash that killed four people on I-55 has the governor talking about highway safety
Johnny Manziel has found instant popularity since being drafted by the Cleveland Browns, but will have to wait until to find out if he has the starting quarterback job.
A U.S. appeals court threw out a federal regulation that implements key subsidies that are vital to the health care overhaul.
The chart-topping debut album, "In The Lonely Hour," is a reflection of a love that wasn't reciprocated.
A manhunt is underway for masked robbers who stole $181,000 from Caesar's Atlantic City casino in New Jersey.
Delta, American, and United have halted flights to Israel to ensure passenger safety as the turmoil in the region is intensifying.
An Arizona man is charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of his half-brother from Petersburg.
AT&T plans to close the Springfield call center and cut 188 jobs starting August 3.
Job applicants with a criminal past would have a better shot at being considered