Dozens of videos posted to YouTube appear to have captured a large meteor blazing across the sky in Russia, followed by a sonic boom that shattered windows and caused hundreds of minor injuries.
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Court: Hoffman didn't want 'trust fund' kids
Court documents show Philip Seymour Hoffman rejected his accountant's suggestion that he set aside money for his three children because he didn't want them to be "trust fund" kids.
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The "Colbert Bump" is becoming contagious.
Durbin to Putin: Take responsibility for crash
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin has called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to accept responsibility for downing Malaysian Airlines jetliner over eastern Ukraine.
Rule changes coming in 2014-15 deer hunting season
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources is announcing a number of changes for the upcoming deer hunting season.
Closing arguments set in Iowa man's murder trial
Closing arguments are scheduled Wednesday at the third trial of an Iowa man charged with killing his pregnant wife.
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Kings feel re-energized (with VIDEOS & PHOTO ALBUM)
CLINTON -- There’s nothing like a postseason run to get the juices flowing again and jumpstart a baseball season that at times was trying.The atmosphere around the Clinton High School program is upbeat these days. One game away from a second consecut
Summer heat may be temporary (wtih VIDEO)
CLINTON — Just two days past the mid-point of summer, Clinton recorded its first 90 degree day of the season.Though it's not a very common summer trend in the Clinton area, there have actually been several July months over the years that never even r
Expectations too high for a rehabbing Woods
Tiger Woods finished near bottom last weekend at Royal Liverpool, drawing out his drought of major tournament wins. Despite the disappointing showing, Woods' return to form remains a matter of when, not if.
An oncologist uses scorpion venom to locate cancer cells
Olson, a pediatric oncologist and research scientist in Seattle, has developed a compound he calls Tumor Paint. When injected into a cancer patient, it seems to light up all the malignant cells so surgeons can easily locate and excise them.
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