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The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation on Wednesday that would allow the military to avoid mandatory spending cuts, setting up a likely veto from President Barack Obama, who is pushing for a broader budget deal.
A recruiting push by Islamic State militants via thousands of social media postings remains one of the biggest threats facing the United States, military official say.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Oct. 8.
A central Pennsylvania volunteer fire company is using a purple fire truck to raise awareness of domestic violence.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
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That moment when you're supposed to be playing football but your jam comes on ...
It's the movie that "Back to the Future II" promised us we'd see in 2015.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
The monthly measure of the state's economy is where it's been since May 2013 – slow, steady growth.
A speech from Gov. Bruce Rauner on the budget impasse offers little new information.
Twenty-one fallen military members were honored during the "Unaccompanied Veterans" ceremony.
Police were called to the Inn at 835 on September 26th following reports of a disturbance.
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The Illinois Public Health Association says the state budget impasse is "eroding" the ability to respond to public health emergencies.
An overturned semi carrying hazardous materials has reduced I-55 southbound down to one lane just north of Lincoln.
A judge has sentenced an ex-Illinois official to prison after he changed his name, claimed he's dead and violated his supervised-release conditions.
An unusually wet June has cut yields of the autumn favorite by about half.