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The State Department's annual report highlights the world's worst human-trafficking centers.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Tuesday, July 28.
Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, Amari Cooper, Melvin Gordon and other NFL rookies react to their ratings in the upcoming installment of the storied video game franchise.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
Illinois businesses, particularly manufacturers, are hopeful Congress will re-authorize the Export-Import Bank this week.
The commission has lost both state and federal funding.
Background checks are now required of all student teachers.
Mitsubishi Motors and the United Auto Workers say they will work together to look for a buyer for the central Illinois plant the company plans to close.
Illinois tourism officials say the state saw a 3.5 percent increase in visitors during 2014.
Boston backed out of its effort to host the 2024 Olympics, hours after the mayor said he would not "commit" to a deal if it meant taxpayers would foot the bill for hosting such a large-scale event.
The automaker's agreement with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration contains an unprecedented buyback option covering hundreds of thousands of vehicles.
Stay safe on the roads.
A Springfield man is expected to live after police say he was shot on his left side Sunday night.
Retired worker says he received a call asking about the possibility of working in the interim if there's a strike.
Police say they don't know who this person dressed up like a clown is - or why they'd scale a cemetery fence and trespass in the dark of night - but it was all caught on tape.
A number of candidates are expected to vie for the chance to succeed Sepp Blatter as FIFA president.
The "Full House" reboot is filming and Uncle Jesse is back and better than ever.