Illinois is facing at least a partial shutdown after lawmakers failed to pass a budget by a Tuesday-at-midnight deadline. While Illinois has long dealt with budget crises, the...
Activists call them “bomb trains,” and more than likely they’re rolling through a town near you.
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Local governments in Kentucky are taking matters into their own hands in a bid to battle union influence and, they say, make their communities more business-friendly.
A college professor who lost his job over anti-Semitic tweets is angry about losing the gig, but not sorry about his Twitter missives.
The Great Lakes are under the threat of invasion by a foreign species, and the debate is raging on how it can be prevented.
The Motor City has a deal for you - classical homes with a starting price of just $1,000.
A fight is brewing between American beer makers and the federal government over happy hour ... for cows.
With just weeks left to sign up for insurance on HealthCare.gov, a growing number of people are opting to enroll in a Christian alternative to traditional health insurance.
A Missouri family couldn’t believe the email at first: Five Peruvian kids said they were newly orphaned and needed a mommy and daddy.