September 08, 2014

The Fall Of the Illinois Green Party

After failing to get on the November ballot, the Green Party's candidates for Governor and Secretary of State say they will launch a write-in campaign in this fall's election.   That comes less than a decade after the Illinois Greens pulled in enough votes to reach "major party status" in Illinois.


September 06, 2014

Obama Will Put Off Executive Actions On Immigration

Responding to fellow Democrats' concerns in a tight election season, President Obama will delay acting on his own on immigration issues until after November's midterm vote, the White House says.


Quarterback Wes Luct throws a pass during the 1st quarter in defeat of Western Kentucky Saturday.

(AP Photo/Bradley Leeb)

September 06, 2014

Illini Come Back To Knock Off W. Kentucky, 42-34

Quarterback Wes Lunt threw for three touchdowns and Taylor Barton returned an interception for a late score to secure an Illini comeback win over Western Kentucky Saturday, 42-34.


People walk in Kenema, a part of Sierra Leone hit hard by Ebola.

(Carl De Souza/AFP/Getty Images)

September 06, 2014

Ebola Spurs A Full Public Lockdown In Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone will impose a three-day lockdown on all its citizens, as part of a plan to "deal with Ebola once and for all," the government says. The move is an effort to stop the disease that has killed over 2,000 people in five West African countries, according to World Health Organization data.


September 05, 2014

Illinois Pension Case Might Head To Supreme Court

A court ruling barring increased health insurance premiums for state-employee retirees might speed up a decision on a separate case over Illinois' overhaul of its public pension system.


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