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A proposal to change the formula that determines how public schools in Illinois are funded faces an uphill battle
The U2 frontman denies the band's recent album giveaway is undercutting other artists.
The actor says he was moved by the city and its economic struggles.
Afghanistan will sign a crucial security agreement allowing the U.S. to leave a small contingent of troops in the country beyond this year.
The retailer plans to hire thousands more workers than last year.
The man once dubbed the world's "most eligible bachelor" bid goodbye to single life and married lawyer Amal Alamuddin.
It's a fishy story but the school says the pricy fish will help research in the Great Lakes.
Nominate your favorite at state tourism web site
The phony Stewart has allegedly been duping fans and businesses into thinking he is the real deal.
It's pretty good, says professor, considering winter clime
The annual Brazilian festival is branching out in 2015 with a U.S. version that will boast a wide variety of acts.
Some in the GOP fear that conservative activists would have unrealistic expectations if Republicans run both the House and Senate.
The air traffic control site was set ablaze by a field technician, causing delays and cancellations.
The Denzel Washington thriller took the top spot over the weekend with $35 million in ticket sales.
Specifics on Rauner's crime strategy lacking
Researchers are turning to high-tech tools, like the Fitbit, to find new ways to combat growing waistlines.
Here's a look at the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Sept. 29.
Baltimore, Houston, and Detroit missed the playoffs last season but on Sunday they looked serious about crashing the next postseason party.
Derek Jeter fittingly ended his MLB career with a hit, chopping a high-hopper and beating it out for a third-inning, RBI-single.