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New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood has announced that the Trump Foundation will dissolve. The foundation was established by Donald Trump well before he ran for president.

The news comes as her office continues its investigation into various questions about the foundation's conduct, including whether the foundation broke the law by coordinating with Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and whether it was truly functioning as a charitable organization.

America's military operations in space are now back under a single unified command, as the Trump administration revived the once-retired U.S. Space Command on Tuesday. Vice President Mike Pence outlined the plan during his visit to the Kennedy Space Center on Tuesday.

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The holidays can be particularly stressful for families of someone living with Alzheimer's. That includes long distance trips to visit loved ones. An advocacy group is offering tips to help people cope.

Melissa Tucker is Director of Helpline and Support Services for the Illinois Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. Tucker said, rather than worry about traditions, caregivers should ask a basic question.

Former Illinois first lady Patti Blagojevich has once again gotten the attention of President Donald Trump.

She’s been going on Fox News to argue for clemency for her imprisoned husband, former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich.

'Tis the season for holiday parties with family and friends and that means lots of food.

The St. Louis District Dairy Council says the key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle is moderation. The council's Jaelyn Munson says watch your portion sizes.

About 8 people have died every month inside Illinois prisons over the last couple years. WBEZ’s Shannon Heffernan has been trying to learn about their deaths. One of the things she’s found is that some of the deaths are the result of poor prison healthcare. And, she’s found that the department of corrections doesn’t track even basic information on the people that die in their custody.

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Two more members of the Western Illinois University Board of Trustees say they will be leaving the board.

The Western Illinois University Board of Trustees (BoT) has lost another member, and it appears as though his resignation is nearly two years late.

State Sen. Jason Barickman said Friday that Bruce Rauner never fully grasped the job and responsibility of governor.

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner says he tried to get out of his failed re-election campaign.

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