(CHICAGO) — A suburban Chicago man has been charged with trying to travel overseas to support the Islamic State group. Federal prosecutors said Monday that FBI...
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Minors suffering from epilepsy should be allowed to use medical marijuana to reduce seizures, the Illinois house voted on Wednesday
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An Illinois business associate of the first laboratory-confirmed MERS patient in the United States has tested positive for the virus
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Couple granted an expedited marriage license as Vernita Gray is terminally ill with cancer