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By GINNY VAN ALYEA The buzz started a few weeks ago about a new museum that would be opening at the end of the summer in Chicago. We only knew it would be Instagram-friendly, that you'd be allowed in for a hot minute (snap that selfie and move along!) and that it would be located somewhere. In Chicago. Well, nothing breeds interest like some good mystery. In the age of knowing everything without actually having to go anywhere beyond your phone screen, the…

When it comes to winter survival, you’ll need more than a good coat to make it through. After all, shorter days mean less exposure to sunlight, cold temperature means less time spent outdoors, and …

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President Donald Trump’s oldest son appeared in Wichita with Kris Kobach as the Republican primary for governor enters its final weeks.

Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim pleaded guilty to an extreme DUI charge in Chandler, Arizona on Tuesday. Chandler Municipal Court records show that Keim, who was arrested on July 4, entered th…

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City President Esther George said Tuesday more rate rises are needed, and she warned there may be signs of looming stress inside the financial system.

Rep. Martha Roby won a Republican primary runoff election for her south Alabama congressional seat, dispatching a rival who accused her of being insufficiently loyal to President Donald Trump.

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Tech firms, publishing executives and lawmakers broadly agree on the dangers of fake news and hate speech online. But they still can’t find common ground on how to define it and what to do about it.

Three people suffered gunshot wounds after in two separate incidents in Raytown. The shootings occurred in the areas of the 8600 block of Utopia Drive and the 5900 block of Crescent Avenue.

A “Barn Raising" for our good neighbors, the Quinn/Hill/Martyrs family Comes a time when we all need somebody to lean on, and when we must come together to support our friends and neighbors. Love is not too strong a word. We love Kate Hill and Ray Quinn. Kate and Ray and their three beautiful...

U.S. stock-trading volumes have tumbled this month, despite escalating trade tensions with China, a cooling global growth outlook and fears about the impact of rising interest rates.

Johnson County residents are furious about long lines at the driver’s license offices run by the state. Officials say they are working on solutions.

Police in Cape May, New Jersey, found a pug wandering through yards Sunday and had a little fun: They posed it for a “pug shot” and posted the photo on Facebook in an attempt to find the missing dog’s owners.

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President Donald Trump said he has “full faith” in U.S. intelligence services and accepts that Russia meddled in the 2016 elections, reversing course from his remarks alongside Vladimir Putin Monday after a barrage of criticism that he failed to stand up to the Russian president.

A New York federal judge awarded two migrant children separated from their parents at the Mexican border a 48-hour window before being transported out of the state for their lawyers to pursue legal options, including applying for asylum.

At this point, consumers still appear to be more focused on what is going right than what could go wrong. It’s not that there’s not an awareness; it’s that the risks perhaps still seem too distant or unlikely to derail an otherwise strong economy.

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Here’s how to make a bunch of delicious, healthy smoothies at once. “Smoothies aren’t complicated. But if you’ve slept in, have kids, or simply aren’t a morning person, making them can feel about as doable as a prepping a gourmet four-course meal,” says Rachael Hartley, R.D., L.D., C.L.T., owner of Avocado A Day Nutrition. “DIY freezer smoothie bags literally take less than a minute to prepare.”…

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Kelly Clarkson made headlines when she credited her nearly 40-pound weight loss to a book called 'The Plant Paradox.'

Before a meeting with GOP lawmakers Tuesday, the president told reporters he misspoke in Helsinki: When he said he saw no reason why it "would" be Russia that interfered, he meant to say "wouldn't."

Just moments before crashing on July 7th, 2018 in Chicago, the following radio transmission was recorded from a helicopter Air Ambulance by the Chicago Air Route Traffic Control Center:
Air Ambulance Pilot: “Mayday. Mayday. Mayday.”
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Two boys, ages 11 and 13, have been charged with causing more than $100,000 in damage this month to the Fox River Trolley Museum in northwest suburban South Elgin
On July 8, police responded to reports of vandalism at the museum located at 365 Fox Street and found that two of the museum’s buildings and been broken in to and several trolley cars were damaged, according to South Elgin police.
The vandalism happened sometime between July 4 and July 7. The vandals broke…

CROWN POINT — A student accused of bringing a loaded handgun to Griffith High School in February entered a pretrial diversion agreement Tuesday to resolve charges stemming from the allegations.