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An Illinois judge has ruled that a law intended to fix the nation's worst-funded state employee pensions violates the state Constitution. Sangamon...
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The state will refund money to about 75,000 state retirees who've been paying a portion of their pensions for health insurance over the last year...
Bill Cosby's two shows next April at a theater in Champaign have been canceled in the wake of allegations the famed comedian sexually assaulted...
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