Chinese magazine cover featuring Donald Trump.
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December 12, 2016

China Expresses ‘Serious Concern’ Over Trump’s Comments On Taiwan

The Chinese government has expressed "serious concerns" over President-elect Donald Trump's comment to Fox News that he wouldn't feel "bound by a one-China policy unless we make a deal with China having to do with other things, including trade."


Former Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock,  in a photo from his Instagram page.
Aaron Schock / Instagram
December 12, 2016

Former Congressman Aaron Schock To Be Arraigned Monday Afternoon

Former Congressman Aaron Schock is due to be arraigned in a Springfield courtroom Monday afternoon. The 35-year-old Republican is charged with scheming to defraud the government, campaign donors, and constituents. Federal prosecutors say it adds up to thousands upon thousands of dollars for everything from cars and cameras to vacations and Super Bowl tickets.


A student and professor at the University of New Mexico.
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December 12, 2016

Universities Differ On ‘Sanctuary Campus’ Issue

A reporter for Inside Higher Ed has talked with university administrators across the country about how they are handling the "sanctuary campus" issue, both in rhetoric and in practice.  Illinois Public Media's Brian Moline spoke with Inside Higher Ed's Elizabeth Redden.


The Urbana City Building
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December 11, 2016

Urbana City Council To Vote On Sanctuary City Resolution

Urbana aldermen will have their first opportunity Monday to consider making the community a "sanctuary city," protecting undocumented residents. Alderman Eric Jakobsson says he's behind the idea, but is opposed to the measure on the agenda for Monday night's City Council Committee of the Whole meeting, calling it "rhetoric" that doesn't address any real issues. Jakobsson says he instead favors an earlier draft resolution put together by a member of the city staff.


Illinois basketball player Tracy Abrams
Robin Scholz/AP Photo
December 10, 2016

Abrams’ Career Day Leads Illini Over Chippewas

The sixth-year senior's career-high 31 points led the Illinois men's basketball team to its fourth straight win, 92-73 over Central Michigan.  The Illini are now 8-3 this season.


CIA Headquarters
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December 10, 2016

CIA Concludes Russian Interference Aimed To Elect Trump

Updated at 1:49 p.m. ET with confirmation from the U.S. official and comments from Sen. Ron Wyden

The CIA has concluded that Russia intervened in the 2016 election specifically to help Donald Trump win the presidency, a U.S. official has confirmed to NPR.


Literature at Friday's conference, held at Urbana's Carle Foundation Hospital.
(Jeff Bossert/Illinois Public Media)
December 10, 2016

State Seeking Preventative Measures To Address Mental Health, Substance Abuse

Four Illinois counties, including Champaign, are leading the effort to better understand those who suffer from mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Data-Driven Health and Justice is a nationwide effort to reduce the financial and human costs associated with those who frequently end up in hospitals and jails, or 'superutlizers'. The Illinois Criminal Justice Authority held a conference Friday in Urbana to help other parts of the state find preventative measures.  


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