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A judge says prosecutors failed to prove the Olympic track star intended to kill his girlfriend but a verdict on the less serious charge of culpable homicide is still to come.
President Barack Obama authorized U.S. airstrikes for the first time in Syria and more attacks in Iraq in a broad escalation of a campaign against the militant group.
These parking spots cost more than most people's homes.
Martire can't find more than $700M to offset $8B in cuts
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The boxing champ is planning to step away from the ring and retire after three more fight nights.
You gotta figure things aren't going well when you have Mike Tyson defending you.
Four months after opening, the National September 11 Memorial Museum has gotten more than 100 new items from victims' families and survivors.
See 10 years of building the National September 11 Memorial at the World Trade Center in just 3 minutes.
Actor Richard Kiel, best known for playing metal-mouthed James Bond villain Jaws, died on Wednesday.
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Christie makes fundraising stops
In light of her new, single status, Jimmy Fallon and Britney Spears discuss dating and make a Tinder account.
Dubbed the worst video game ever, Atari reportedly buried millions of unsold copies in the New Mexico desert.
The City of Springfield wants to purchase 40 new police cars, a new fire engine, a street sweeper and a bevy of public works tools.
It's unclear if state officials will release complete information about companies seeking to grow or sell medical marijuana in Illinois.
Springfield Police are looking for four men they say robbed a man behind Gabatoni's on Laurel.
The lawsuit seeks at least $1 million from Jerry Jones, and accused the Dallas Cowboys owner of sexual assault.