September 09, 2013

Two Brothers Charged In Farmer City Slaying

Two carnival workers are in custody after they were charged with the weekend stabbing and strangulation death of a rural central Illinois man whose body was found in an alley during a Farmer City festival.


September 09, 2013

Dwight Prison Plan In Limbo

A Livingston County proposal to house inmates in a portion of a now-closed state prison is in limbo after the sheriff said he's leaving his post.


Bashar al-Assad
(AP Photo/SANA)
September 09, 2013

Assad Tells PBS’ Charlie Rose Syria Prepared to Retaliate if Hit

PBS talk show host Charlie Rose, right, interviewed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Sunday in Damascus. His interview will air on PBS at 9 p.m. EDT Monday. PBS NewsHour Weekend's Hari Sreenivasan spoke to Rose Sunday. Listen to their conversation below.


The future of the Internet is at stake in a case before a D.C. court.
(Hoang Dinh Nam/AFP/Getty Images)
September 09, 2013

Net Neutrality In Court: Here’s What You Need To Know

The beauty of the Internet — and the reason for its ubiquitous place in our lives — is that just about anyone can use it to offer services, products or information. But the link between what's out there on the Internet, how fast it gets to us and how much data can get to us is dependent on Internet service providers and the rules that govern them. That's where things get thorny for the principle of net neutrality.


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