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Adnan Syed May Get 2nd Trial in Killing of High School Girlfriend

Adnan Syed May Get 2nd Trial in Killing of High School Girlfriend

After spending 16 years behind bars for the killing of his former high school girlfriend, Adnan Syed was granted another chance at freedom on Thursday by a judge in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Woman Killed on Birthday, 4 Others Shot on South Side

Woman Killed on Birthday, 4 Others Shot on South Side

Chanda Foreman spent the day before her death going to work, hanging out with her cousin and preparing to go out at night.

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Man Beaten While Dressed as Mascot Gets $10.5 Million Settlement

Man Beaten While Dressed as Mascot Gets $10.5 Million Settlement

A jury has awarded a California man $10.5 million in a settlement that was reached for the beating he received at a school pep rally. Mitchell Carter was stuck at the bottom of a dog pile, being repeatedly...

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Chicago to Start Ticketing Drivers Friday for City Stickers

Chicago to Start Ticketing Drivers Friday for City Stickers

Chicago drivers could end up out of hundreds of dollars if they forget to check their city sticker, as ticketing begins Friday for expired stickers found on vehicles.

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Edward Snowden to Join Daniel Radcliffe on Stage

Edward Snowden to Join Daniel Radcliffe on Stage

Edward Snowden will appear in a new play at the Public Theater in New York, beginning this weekend, via video from Moscow, Russia, The New York Times reported.

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Lisa Marie Presley Changes Divorce Filing to Legal Separation

Lisa Marie Presley Changes Divorce Filing to Legal Separation

Lisa Marie Presley decided to make a change when it comes to her divorce.

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1 Killed, 20 Wounded in Thursday Shootings Across City

1 Killed, 20 Wounded in Thursday Shootings Across City

A woman was killed and at least 20 more people were wounded in shootings across Chicago on Thursday, officials said.

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Chechen Extremist Behind Turkey Attack: US Congressman

Chechen Extremist Behind Turkey Attack: US Congressman

A Chechen extremist masterminded the triple suicide bombing at Istanbul's busiest airport that killed at least 44 people, a U.S. congressman said. U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, chairman of the House Committee...

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Matthew McConaughey to Teach Film Class

Matthew McConaughey to Teach Film Class

He’s been an AIDS-stricken drug dealer, hurled through space and spent time dazed and confused. Now Matthew McConaughey is headed back to the University of Texas at Austin as professor. The Academy...

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Players Have Shot at $415M Mega Millions Prize

Players Have Shot at $415M Mega Millions Prize

Friday night's Mega Millions drawing will give lottery players a shot at the 10th largest jackpot in U.S. history. Because no one has won a Mega Millions jackpot since March 8, the prize has steadily grown...

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Fourth of July Travel to Break Record

Fourth of July Travel to Break Record

It's going to be a busy holiday weekend on the nation's highways. A record 43 million Americans are expected to travel this Independence Day weekend, with the overwhelming majority driving, according to AAA, a...

Where to Watch Parades in Chicago Area This Fourth of July

Where to Watch Parades in Chicago Area This Fourth of July

As the Fourth of July weekend kicks off, families can enjoy watching the Independence Day parades. Below is a list of parade routes and times in the Chicago area. July 1 Evergreen Park: 95th and...

Chicago to Start Ticketing Drivers Friday for City Stickers

Chicago to Start Ticketing Drivers Friday for City Stickers

Chicago drivers could end up out of hundreds of dollars if they forget to check their city sticker, as ticketing begins Friday for expired stickers found on vehicles.

Woman Killed on Birthday, 4 Others Shot on South Side

Woman Killed on Birthday, 4 Others Shot on South Side

Chanda Foreman spent the day before her death going to work, hanging out with her cousin and preparing to go out at night.

AG Will Accept Prosecutor Call on Clinton Case: Official

AG Will Accept Prosecutor Call on Clinton Case: Official

A Justice Department official says Attorney General Loretta Lynch "expects to accept" whatever recommendation career prosecutors make in the investigation into Hillary Clinton's handling of emails.

1 Killed, 20 Wounded in Thursday Shootings Across City

1 Killed, 20 Wounded in Thursday Shootings Across City

A woman was killed and at least 20 more people were wounded in shootings across Chicago on Thursday, officials said.