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It's a battle of talk show hosts as Jimmy Fallon faces off against Ellen DeGeneres to songs like Silentó's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" and Rihanna's "BBHMM."
Using facial recognition technology, consumers can snap a selfie, scan a bar code on their phone, and instantly know what they'll look like with that new shade of lipstick.
The long-overdue rules come in the wake of deadly foodborne illness outbreaks linked to ice cream, caramel apples, cantaloupes and peanuts.
A look at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
The National Weather Service says a possible tornado touched down briefly in Mason County causing minor damage.
The health department rejected all of them with no explanation.
State Sen. Darin LaHood (R-Dunlap) has won a special election to replace former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock.
Jerry Kruse joined the SIU system in 1984 as an assistant professor. He was named the CEO of SIU Healthcare in 2013.
Bryan Henson was attacked by Antonio Florence in February of last year during Florence's arrest.
A lack of MAP grant funding could force students to quit school.
The disgraced journalist will return to television as an anchor for breaking news on cable channel MSNBC.
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled earlier this year that 2013 legislation that cut public-employee pension benefits was unconstitutional.
Illinois has plenty of wind.
The USDA says the money will pay for 430 pumps in Illinois, roughly 5,000 nationwide.
The drummer is preparing to re-release his Fab Four photo book, "Photograph," later this month.
Staff at the museum were forced to increase security around the statue last month after a fan took an inappropriate snap with the Minaj waxwork.
The UFC fighter has landed the starring role in a remake of 1989 Patrick Swayze film.
The "Deflategate" saga that engulfed the offseason has not dampened excitement for a new year of football.
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From Whodini to Wu-Tang Clan, the boys are back to cover the history of rap.
The eastern Pacific Ocean remains the most popular route for cocaine smuggling, but the Caribbean is again becoming a popular option — decades after U.S. authorities all but shut down cocaine smuggling into South Florida.