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The "What Makes You Beautiful" hitmakers are launching a cosmetics line.
Republicans accused the IRS of hiding emails and obstructing a congressional inquiry into IRS treatment of conservative groups.
Despite how easy it would be to believe, store bosses deny rumors that the troubled "Mean Girls" star stripped down while shopping.
The former New England Patriot is due in court for a hearing on two of the three murder charges he is facing.
Donald Sterling says he was duped into taking exams showing he lacked the capacity to have a say in the $2 billion sale of his team.
A look at the sports news making headlines today, Tuesday, June 24.
The high-profile judges of Fox's reality singing competition "American Idol" will all return for the show's 14th season.
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The U.S. held crisis talks with leaders of Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region urging them to stand with Baghdad in the face of an insurgent onslaught.
Economic opportunity has dropped over the past 40 years, but a broader gauge of opportunity has been on the rise, according to a study released today.
A look back on the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
A new tax credit proposed by U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) would reward companies that pay workers higher wages, and don’t leave the country.
Illinois legislators have voted to subpoena seven former state officials to answer questions about a troubled 2010 anti-violence program started by Gov. Pat Quinn.
The Libertarian Party of Illinois says it is a party of freedom, not, as its web site puts it, “busybody” laws about guns and drugs.
The annual registration fee for Illinois attorneys will increase 12 percent beginning in January.
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Operators have to show they are using the best technology available to reduce emissions of the covered pollutants.
East side residents and businesses being relocated due to the 10th Street Rail Consolidation now have someone who can work with them and explain their rights.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met Iraq's prime minister to push for a more inclusive government.