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10/20/2017 10:29:22 AM
You have to work hard to spin something positive out of Illinois' latest jobs report. The state's employment agency yesterday said that Illinois lost almost eleven thousand jobs in September. The report says the trade and transportation sector lost the most jobs, followed by education and health services and the leisure industry. Illinois employment director Jeff Mays says the state's economy con...read more

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NBA players have continued to stand during the playing of the anthems, as required by league rule
Despite President Trump's campaign promise, the revolving door between the government and industry keeps on spinning in Washington
State officials will examine whether the women's complaints warrant an investigation, a spokesperson for New York's governor says
More than 50 women now say Weinstein sexually harassed them. An Italian actress is the sixth person to accuse him of rape or sexual assault
Sgt. La David Johnson's body was found nearly a mile away from the ambush site
Chris Rosati's journey came to an end this week. He died of ALS at just 46 years old

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Researchers from New York’s NYU Langone School of Medicine said in an interview that people are aware that they died, and might be able to hear a doctor announcing their death.
A civil rights group on Friday called unconstitutional a Houston suburb's hurricane repair grant program that says residents cannot boycott Israel as a condition of receiving any money.
President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed of Somalia is expected to announce a “state of war” against al-Shabab, the extremist group held responsible for last week’s deadly truck bombing that killed at least 358 people.
Jan Dumcum, a bus driver for Goddard, Kan., helps bring morale to her students every day.
A federal appeals court in Washington ruled Friday to temporarily block a pregnant teenager who entered the United States illegally from having the abortion she is seeking.
Four U.S. service members were killed on Oct. 4 in Niger by Islamic militants, armed with rocket-propelled grenades and heavy machine guns.
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