Here are some of the notable people celebrating birthdays today, including Alan Jackson, Eminem, Felicity Jones, Marsha Hunt, Matthew Macfadyen, Michael McKean, Sharon Leal, Wyclef Jean, Ziggy Marley and more.
In 2010, Detroit ties its own NFL record with its 24th straight loss on the road. See more sports moments from this date:
Fall for a family adventure. Here are five to consider:
Photos: Olympia gives Central Catholic a game but falls 27-14
Highlights and photos from Week 8 games in The Pantagraph area, including Olympia at Central Catholic and undefeated Normal Community hosting Champaign Centennial.
Highlights and photos from Week 8 games in the Herald & Review and JG-TC areas, including Maroa-Forsyth hosting Athens, Charleston at Mount Zion, Tuscola at Warrensburg-Latham, and Arcola hosting Villa Grove-Heritage.
A rare two-headed diamondback terrapin turtle is alive and kicking — with all six of its legs — at the Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center in Massachusetts.
An Atlas V rocket blasted off before dawn Saturday, sending a NASA spacecraft named Lucy on a roundabout journey spanning nearly 4 billion miles.
Your kitchen may be on a budget, but it doesn’t have to look that way. Here are tips on how you can elevate the space while going easy on your wallet.
Here are some of the top photos of the week, as selected by the Associated Press.
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Actress Angela Lansbury, born Oct. 16, 1925, is celebrating her 96th birthday. Here's a look at her life and career, in photos.
The Cuban missile crisis began as President John F. Kennedy was informed that reconnaissance photographs had revealed the presence of missile bases in Cuba, and more events that happened on this day in history.
Here are some of the notable people celebrating birthdays today, including Angela Lansbury, Bob Weir, Flea, John Mayer, Naomi Osaka, Sue Bird, Suzanne Somers, Tim Robbins and more.
In 1968, Americans Tommie Smith and John Carlos give Black power salutes during the medal ceremonies and are later banned for life from all Olympic competition by the IOC. See more sports moments from this date:
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the police union are staring down a stalemate over the city’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Local Fraternal Order of Police president John Catanzara directed members to defy Friday’s deadline to report their shot status. The mayor warned of discipline if they do.
Here is a look at 15 of Illinois' symbols — from the state bird to the official state soil.