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History tells us that midterm elections are bad — sometimes very bad — for the party that controls the White House. President Obama and the Democrats...
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Gov. Pat Quinn used the issue of abortion to win votes from suburban women in his election four years ago. This time, his Republican opponent says...
Governing magazine looks at advocacy and journalism with a focus on Illinois (includes a picture of Amanda Vinicky at work in the WUIS/Illinois Issues...
MacMurray College in Jacksonville is getting rid of ten academic programs due to low enrollment. The Board of Trustees approved the phase out of...
Authorities say a Springfield woman had a blood-alcohol level more than three times the legal limit when involved in a crash that killed two....
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