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  Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., called Bundy’s supporters “domestic terrorists” and said a federal task force was being formed to deal with the unrest. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., told a KSNV-TV interviewer on Friday: “What Sen.

Range showdown draws a line in the sand for rancher’s supporters

Updated: 4/19/2014 06:22 PM

  Until a battery backpack arrives on another supply ship later this year, the multimillion-dollar robot will need a power extension cord to stretch its legs, limiting its testing area to the U.S. side of the space station. Testing should start in a...

NASA’s space station Robonaut finally getting legs

Updated: 4/19/2014 06:17 PM

  Jon Reiter says his Sherpa guide pushed him behind some ice blocks and out of harm’s way.

California man survives Everest avalanche

Updated: 4/19/2014 03:24 PM

  The Friends of the Wauconda Area Library and STAR Charities held their 3rd annual Bunny Hop on Saturday. Proceeds from the races are donated to the library.

Wauconda library raises funds with 3rd annual Bunny Hop

Updated: 4/19/2014 02:30 PM

  Mora was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm and sent home to rest and take pain medication in April 2011 after doctors said the problem was inoperable. Mora, who thought she was simply returning home to await death, looked at the image of John Paul on...

Costa Rican a celebrity after certified miracle

Updated: 4/19/2014 02:04 PM

  U.S. officials have tried to keep China from supporting Russia’s moves in Ukraine by appealing to Beijing’s well-known and vehement opposition to outside intervention in other nations’ domestic affairs.

Asia seeks Obama’s assurance in territorial spats

Updated: 4/19/2014 02:00 PM

  Iranian state television quoted Salehi, who heads the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, as saying that Iran has proposed to redesign Arak to produce one-fifth of the plutonium initially planned for it.

Iran vice president says reactors will be redesigned

Updated: 4/19/2014 01:48 PM

  On what otherwise would be a normal weekday, people stayed home. Stores in Boston were shuttered, streets deserted and an eerie silence prevailed while authorities searched for the bombing suspect and attempted to cut off escape routes.

Governor recalls morning he closed Boston

Updated: 4/19/2014 01:28 PM

  Easter can be fun for even the furriest family members. More than 100 dogs and their owners posed for pictures with the Easter Bunny, searched for colorful eggs filled with dog treats and took turns on a small agility course as part of the annual...

Dogs hunt for Easter treats in Palatine

Updated: 4/19/2014 04:19 PM

  A 49-year-old Geneva man pleaded guilty to growing 69 marijuana plants on the side of his home and was sentenced to two years probation. Gregory T. Panzer also must pay some $5,500 in court fines and fees and could be resentenced to up to seven...

Geneva man gets probation for growing 69 pot plants

Updated: 4/19/2014 11:31 AM

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