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When a reporter noted that he hadn't rule out a return to elected office, Emanuel smiled, saying: "Well, then, you get to write your next story."
"The most important thing for a quarterback is winning games. It’s about doing what it takes to help your team win, and I think he’s done that."
This could be the only time in Mitch Trubisky's career that he gets to face Patriots QB Tom Brady.
Bill Belichick has coached 374 games, the most among active coaches and fifth-most all-time. Matt Nagy has coached five.
Kemp isn’t a passive secretary of state. A proud right-wing hardliner, he is notorious for trying to find ways to suppress the vote.
Davis Police Lt. Paul Doroshov said the students are unlikely to be charged with a crime, even if one can be found that would apply.
His body was found at his Love Ranch brothel about an hour outside Las Vegas following a weekend of parties celebrating his 72nd birthday.
John Parchem, 49, of Grant Park, was charged with aggravated DUI.
The Milwaukee Brewers have pulled starting pitcher Wade Miley after he faced just one batter in Game 5 of the NL Championship Series.
Raanta called Crawford “underrated” and predicted his toughest tasks after a nearly 10-month layoff will be timing and tracking the puck.
"He creates a hostile environment where the most socially marginalized voices are silenced and disregarded," said Diana Vallera.
The University of Missouri is honoring Nobel Prize-winning scientist George Smith with an unusual accolade.
Nolan Ryan said guard rails at the Texas Rangers' stadium had to be raised "to protect our fans from themselves."
Dodgers star Manny Machado has been fined by Major League Baseball for kicking Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar in the NL Championship Series.
After missing most of last season, the Wolves' Reid Duke is applying lessons he learned during his injury recovery.
A police detective was accused Wednesday of urging one of the movie mogul's accusers to delete material from her cellphones.
Fortner is legally blind. He slipped and fell on a hill. Tobin stopped, put his arms around Fortner and lifted him up.
Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg will have his hands full trying to keep the team competitive without his best player, who's out three to five weeks.