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An Elgin widower has made an emotional plea after he says thieves burglarized his suburban home and got away with his late wife's ashes.
John Watley was angry that Anthony Strong and others were touching his car Sunday, Cook County prosecutors say.
The Republican Party is grappling with a court ruling that splits the growing number of Americans who support gay marriage with the base of the GOP.
A federal judge has tossed a $532.9 million patent-infringement award against Apple Inc. over its iTunes software and ordered a new trial on damages.
A 12-year-old boy wanted in connection with a murder has been arrested almost 400 miles away from the shooting scene.
Ex-Toyota communications chief Julie Hamp was freed by Japanese prosecutors Wednesday without charges after being held 20 days on drug charges.
The precipitous plunge in Chinese stocks has sent waves of panic and hostility through the country's 90 million-plus retail investors.
Passengers around the country say their flights are no longer temporarily grounded because of a computer system malfunction Wednesday morning.
Microsoft Corp. announced plans Wednesday cut up to 7,800 jobs and take a $7.6 billion write-down on its Nokia business amid efforts to restructure its struggling phone hardware business.
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Israel's minister in charge of religious affairs triggered controversy by suggesting that members of the world's largest Jewish denomination aren't really Jewish.
There have been 15 suspected cyber attacks on the U.S. electricity grid since 2000, the report said, citing U.S. energy department data.
The Department of Education has dismissed a complaint made by an Asian American coalition against Harvard University, alleging race-based quotas.
Unprecedented steps aimed at propping up Chinese investor confidence failed to stop the country's main stock markets from tumbling again.
Supermodel Beverly Johnson, one of the dozens of women who have accused Bill Cosby of drugging her, said she "wasn't surprised at all" by the revelation he'd admitted to giving women quaaludes.
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At the heigh of his fame, Jared Fogle carried the Olympic torch, wrote a book, lobbied in Washington, D.C., and met President George W. Bush.