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Remembering the Selma march, 50 years on

Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the iconic march in Selma, Alabama.

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in Entertainment

Stallone adapting ‘The Expendables’ for TV

The "Rambo" star has signed a deal to develop the series, which will unite action stars on a mission to stop a terrorist.

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in Music

Brian Wilson taking former Beach Boys bandmates on tour

The music icon has recruited Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin and to join him on his upcoming U.S. tour.

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3 tell of gruesome injuries, death at Boston Marathon

Witnesses say it was like "starring in a horror movie."

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Union: Lower NBA age limit

The players association general counsel expects the issue will be a contentious one with the NBA.

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Year after rule changes, men’s basketball back to old form

One year after the NCAA changed how rules were enforced to open up the game, men's basketball looks a lot like it once did.

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More want local beef, but fewer want tough job of cutting it

Operators of small meat plants say even their children don't want to take on the hard, messy work.

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FDA study finds little evidence of antibiotics in milk

Antibiotics and other drugs can end up in milk when they are used on dairy cows to keep them healthy.

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When it’s too late to buy car insurance

When you're at the scene of a car crash, it's probably too late to buy car insurance.

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Review of Clinton emails to take months

A growing controversy over Hillary Clinton's use of personal email while she was U.S. secretary of state could drag on for months.

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Jimmy Fallon’s giant beer pong

We need this beer pong song at our next barbecue.

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Low snow forces changes to iconic Iditarod

Much of the start of the world's most famous sled dog race is covered in barren gravel, forcing organizers to move the start further north.

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in Entertainment, Weird

Peeps milk coming to an Easter basket near you

Because why shouldn't milk taste more like marshmallows?

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10 FOR TODAY: Friday, March 6

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.

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Feel the love, in your bones

Who do you think will step from behind the screen? The Love Has No Labels campaign is challenging how people think.

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Friday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Friday, March 6.

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Harrison Ford ‘OK’ after plane crash

The "Star Wars" star was hurt after his vintage plane crashed shortly after taking off from an L.A. airport.

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Today in entertainment history: March 6

Want to hear something shocking? It has been more than 20 years since "The Cosby Show" went off the air.

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Oil Train Derails Near Galena

A BNSF Railway freight train containing 103 cars loaded with crude oil has derailed near Galena.

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Manar, Tumulty Formally Support Hawkins

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A former mayor and county and village official is backing a Springfield woman's bid to take the top job in the Springfield City Clerk's office in next week's election.

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Congressman: Don’t Trust Obama Admin or Iran

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Iran's possible reversal of a promise to ship out its atomic fuel is more proof that the Obama administration and its foreign policy are failures.

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Duckworth Announces Senate Run

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An Illinois Congresswoman is the first to say she wants Mark Kirk's seat in the U.S. Senate.

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Anti-Vehicle Theft Money Cut from Budget

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Groups that help fund the prevention of motor vehicle thefts in Illinios are among those that are sounding the alarm on some of Governor Bruce Rauner's budget cuts.

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Lawmakers Consider Requiring Paid Sick Days

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The choice of going to work sick or staying home and not getting paid would no longer be the choice – under a bill discussed in an Illinois Senate committee.