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The FCC has received a record number of comments from consumers and lawmakers on proposed new Internet traffic rules.
People in 36 states could lose their health insurance under Obamacare, because of problems involving citizenship.
Philadelphia rallied for a second successive week to record a 30-27 victory with a Cody Parkey field goal as time expired.
The R&B singer says he was high on painkillers and alcohol for most of 2013 when "Blurred Lines" became a hit.
Lawmakers began debating legislation to arm and train rebels who oppose both ISIS militants and Syria's government.
Marriott is placing envelopes in its 160,000 hotel rooms to encourage guests to leave gratuity.
Minnesota says the star running back will play on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
In a memo to the league's 32 teams, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said he hired advisors to shape programs for domestic violence and sex assault.
A look back on the Hollywood headlines of days gone by.
Springfield School District teachers have struck a tentative deal on a one-year contract
A familiar name is running for Springfield City Council.
Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner wants everyone hired under patronage rules at the Illinois Department of Transportation, but given non-patronage, work to be fired.
The couple released the first part of a short film series, with more episodes to come this week.
The special path offers a lane for those too engrossed in messaging and tweeting to watch where they're going.
The owner of Springfield's Bel-Aire motel likely died of natural causes.
General Motors will pay compensation for 19 deaths, more than the 13 the automaker previously admitted were caused by the recalled part.
Anywhere from 65 to 100 North Mac Middle School students were sent to Springfield hospitals Monday following a carbon monoxide leak.
The new show will pit bands against each other with Simmons deciding their fates.
A vault that temporarily held Abraham Lincoln's body after his 1865 funeral in Springfield is set to be restored, state officials said.
Apple says it had more than 4 million pre-orders of its new iPhone in 24 hours, exceeding its initial pre-order supply.