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Lizards, potatoes, and lots of rhinestone adorn the fancy footwear featured in the annual Miss America Show Us Your Shoes Parade.
"The Visit" is easily the best film M. Night Shyamalan has made in years.
Former Congressman Aaron Schock has made a rare public appearance in Chicago.
State officials will continue contract negotiations with Illinois' largest public employee union without the possibility of a strike, work slowdown or lockout.
A survey ranks Illinois among the worst states for its lawsuit climate, a claim which the state's trial lawyers call "bogus."
Relatives of the nearly 3,000 people killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks are due to gather in New York, Pennsylvania and outside Washington on Friday to mark the 14th anniversary of the hijacked airliner strikes carried out by al Qaeda militants.
Across the nation - and the world - people paused to remember the fallen and honor the heroes of Sept. 11, 2001.
Fans of the musical comedy franchise can land a walk-on role in the upcoming movie sequel by submitting a virtual audition.
The R&B singer has asked a judge to order the mother of his child to keep quiet about their ongoing family drama.
Should Floyd Mayweather Jr end his boxing career on Saturday as planned, his legacy will be underpinned by the extraordinary numbers he has brought to the sport and his controversy out of the ring.
The bill to strip the NFL of its federal antitrust protection as long as it allows Washington's football team to use the name "Redskins," a moniker some see as racist.
Religious sisters at the suburban Monastery of St. Clare recently made 100,000 communion hosts for the pontiff's outdoor Mass on Sept. 27.
The job of an NFL long snapper is one of the most tenuous in sports because each snap needs to be perfect on punts and field goals.
The issue, which is likely to come up during a state visit to Washington later this month by Chinese President Xi Jinping, has further strained a U.S.-China relationship already frayed by tensions over economic policy, suspected Chinese cyber hacking and Beijing’s growing military assertiveness.
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President Barack Obama has directed his administration to prepare to take in at least 10,000 refugees.
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