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Rep. Walter Jones has died


Exclusive with Ivanka Trump: White House says women are the key to global stability


Representative Cheri Bustos selects Tom Mueller as her guest to State of the Union address


Rep. Loebsack invites Clinton Fire Dept. Battalion Chief as State of the Union guest


New Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory Booker launches 2020 bid


Iowa's Sen. Ernst turned down chance to be Trump's running mate


Rob Sand is second Democratic auditor in over 100 years


Governor-Elect J.B. Pritzker stops in the Quad Cities


Ernst says "Bring it on" to potential 2020 opponents


U.S. Rep. Bustos elected to Democratic leadership position in Congress


Ernst joins Senate GOP leadership, 1st woman in years


Hospital patients vote from their rooms in mid-term election


Henry County ran out of ballots at some precincts for Iowa election


RAW VIDEO: Senator Dick Durbin talks to TV6


RAW VIDEO: J.B. Pritzker gives his victory speech


RAW VIDEO: IL Governor Bruce Rauner Concedes Race


RAW VIDEO: IA Attorney General speaks with TV6


RAW VIDEO: Senator Joni Ernst talks to TV6


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Chicago police reveal how Smollett case was cracked

Chicago police chief said they were suspicious of Smollett's hate crime claim but gave him the "benefit of the doubt."

Cyclorama to be unveiled again amid diverging views of past

Though the painting depicts a northern victory, Southerners saw in the painting an Atlanta rising like the mythical phoenix.

A bit of snow in Los Angeles, and suddenly it's #snowmaggedon

"Correct, that is snow!" the National Weather Service tweeted in response to a video posted from the L.A. area. If precipitation is "in flakes it's snow."

Alabama woman who joined ISIS sues to return to the U.S.

The Obama administration initially determined Hoda Muthana was not a citizen and notified her family that it was revoking her passport in January 2016.

Virginia pupils told to act as slaves for Black History Month

Children "don't need to relive slavery," said the head of the local NAACP. "We've done enough. We've paid enough."