The US Census director just quit — here’s how his resignation could affect control of Congress after 2020
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UNBEATEN Brighton and Flinders Park are set for an early show of strength when they meet at Brighton this Saturday.
Body Cooling May Help Brain After Cardiac Arrest
WEDNESDAY, May 10, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Cooling the body may reduce the risk of brain damage for cardiac arrest patients in a coma, a leading group of U.S. neurologists
Nearly a Third of Drugs Hit by Safety Issues After FDA Approval
WEDNESDAY, May 10, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Safety problems emerge with nearly one in three prescription drugs after they've been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration,
Being poor contributed to Semaj Crosby's death
Poverty didn't cause Semaj Crosby's death, but it likely contributed to it.
Disturbing questions linger in Joliet-area toddler's death
Semaj Crosby was buried in a pink dress and silver tiara, far from the squalid conditions in which she had lived.
Joliet community paying last respects to Semaj Crosby
Family, friends and community members Friday morning comforted one another as they paid their last respects to a 16-month-old girl found dead in her Joliet Township home last week.
Blanks: System often makes good parents 'enemies of the state'
Christopher "Brotha" Blanks says that in the best interest of our children and their families, DCFS of Lake County is in urgent need of immediate attention and reform.
'What else is out there?' Will County judge asks DCFS in wake of toddler's death
Expressing continued frustration over the death of a 16-month-old Joliet Township girl, a Will County judge Wednesday said she wants all of the Illinois Department of Children and
Director of scandal-plagued DCFS may leave for Florida nonprofit
Director of Illinois Department of Children and Family Services is seriously considering a job at Our Kids, a $105 million-per-year Florida nonprofit that recently lost three of
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