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Check out some of the bets people are wagering on ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

Movie goers won’t get to go back to a galaxy far, far away until December 15, but they can bet on Star Wars: The Last Jedi now. Episode 8 of

Chicago unveils municipal IDs to be available in March

CHICAGO — The city of Chicago has unveiled the design of a new municipal identification card that will be available next year to immigrants living in the country without legal

Teen’s death ruled a homicide after body found in Gary industrial area

HAMMOND, Ind. – The death of a Hammond teenager who went missing just over a week ago has been ruled a homicide after his body was discovered in an industrial area

Watch this 16-year-old’s absolute joy after getting accepted to Harvard

Watch Video BREAUX BRIDGE, La. – A 16-year-old Louisiana high school student is going to Harvard, and by the time he gets there many of his classmates will have seen

Cancer survivor and ‘Real Elf’ returns to hospital to cheer up patients

CHICAGO — There was an elf roaming the halls at Rush University Medical Center Thursday, as one of Santa’s helpers made his way back to a place he knows very

States scramble to meet Obamacare deadline, children’s health care at risk

The Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, is slowly being dismantled but it remains the law of the land. So federal and local governments are trying to enroll people. With

Walmart is letting workers get paid whenever they want

Walmart is teaming up with Silicon Valley to make payday come early for its employees. The company announced a new “Instapay” service for its 1.4 million workers. The service will

Pro-pot arguments fly higher with likely voters

Four states legalized recreational marijuana in November, nearly doubling the number of states where recreational pot is legal. As more states consider joining them, a range of arguments for and

Couple Who Gambled On Bitcoin In 2012 Donates All Gains To Cancer Hospital

Jeff Hammerbacher and his wife Halle Tecco have donated their entire bitcoin ETF to the MUSC Hollings Cancer Center in South Carolina. The couple invested in the cryptocurrency in 2012

Abortion bill heading to Ohio Governor’s desk

In Ohio, a bill that would ban abortions on babies with Down Syndrome is heading to the governor’s desk. Doctors who violate the rule would face a fourth-degree felony. They