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Mar 20, 2015 Share
Feds Investigate Aaron Schock

Feds Investigate Aaron Schock

The Congressman, already under fire for globe-trotting vacations, documented on Instagram and often billed at taxpayer or campaign expense, abruptly resigned on Tuesday. And today, federal subpoenas began going out, in what would... Read More

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Mar 20, 2015 Share
Bali Murder Suspect Ecstatic to be Mom: Lawyer

Bali Murder Suspect Ecstatic to be Mom: Lawyer

The Chicago teenager currently on trial for murder in Bali, Indonesia, is "ecstatic" to be a new mother, according to her Chicago-based attorney. Read More

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Mar 19, 2015 Share
Emails Show Concern Months Before Bali Murder

Emails Show Concern Months Before Bali Murder

The mother of a Chicago-area teen charged with murder overseas expressed many concerns about her daughter in the months before her death. Read More

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Mar 18, 2015 Share
Airport Security: Not All Employees Screened

Airport Security: Not All Employees Screened

Enhanced screening of the nation’s airport employees could be recommended by the TSA as early as next month. Read More

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Mar 18, 2015 Share
Level of Risk Not Yet Clear in Kraft Recall: FDA

Level of Risk Not Yet Clear in Kraft Recall: FDA

One day after a major Kraft Macaroni and Cheese recall, the federal agency in charge of much of the nation’s food supply says it still has not determined the level of risk to consumers. Read More

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Mar 17, 2015 Share
Rep. Schock Billed Taxpayers $7K for One-Way Plane Ticket

Rep. Schock Billed Taxpayers $7K for One-Way Plane Ticket

On the same day Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock announced his resignation from Congress, NBC5 Investigates found information on a curious plane ticket, which he charged to taxpayers during a trip to Japan, South Korea, and China as part... Read More

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Mar 17, 2015 Share
Many On-Campus Residents Lack Measles Vaccination Records

Many On-Campus Residents Lack Measles Vaccination Records

More than a third of Illinois’ colleges and universities allow a large number of students who have no proof of being vaccinated for measles to live on their campuses. Read More

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Mar 13, 2015 Share
Doctor Defends Independent Autopsy in SIU Student's Death

Doctor Defends Independent Autopsy in SIU Student's Death

Doctor says 19-year-old Pravin Varughese was beaten before his body was found in a wooded area near Carbondale. Read More

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Mar 13, 2015 Share
Schock Skirts Questions on Peoria Company

Schock Skirts Questions on Peoria Company

As he is dogged by questions about his travels, his finances, and even his decorating, Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock and his staff are taking a simple approach to the inquiries – they’re ignoring them. Read More

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Mar 12, 2015 Share
Durbin Touts Tougher Laundry Detergent Pod Packaging Bill

Durbin Touts Tougher Laundry Detergent Pod Packaging Bill

Detergent in brightly-colored, bite-sized packets are so tempting to kids that Illinois senator has proposed a new law to make them safer.

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