October 16, 2013

Durkin: More GOP Input Will Help Pension Reform

The new Republican Leader in the Illinois House says the General Assembly Conference Committee on pension reform has made some progress in its first three and-a-half months. 


October 16, 2013

Carle CEO, Urbana Schools, Weigh In On Settlement

The Carle Foundation's president and C-E-O said he’s glad a settlement has been reached with Urbana’s school and park districts, saying it would have difficult for all parties to extend a 2007 lawsuit any further.


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(Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
October 16, 2013

What Happens If Congress Can’t Make A Deal On The Debt?

If you don't pay your electric bill on time, you'll probably get charged a buck or two in interest. As long as you pay off the balance in a reasonable amount of time, your lights will stay on.


Abu Anas al-Libi
(AP Photo/FBI)
October 16, 2013

Alleged Top Al-Qaida Operative Pleads Not Guilty

The man the U.S. alleges is the top al-Qaida operative who orchestrated the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania pleaded not guilty to the charges on Tuesday at a Federal Court in Manhattan.


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October 15, 2013

Shutdown Impacting Medicare Sign Up

The open enrollment period for Medicare began on Tuesday, but because of the partial government shutdown, signing up could be a little more challenging.


October 15, 2013

Cullerton: Pension Issue Could Bypass Committee

Illinois Senate President John Cullerton says the state's pension crisis could be addressed in the fall legislative session even if a committee working on it remains split. 


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