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  BEIRUT — Syria's military closed off access to the Mediterranean port of Latakia by land and sea and stormed the suburbs of the city of Homs in an effort to prevent further anti-government protests, activists said Tuesday.

Syrian forces seal off Latakia

Updated: 8/16/2011 09:54 AM

  MARINA DEL REY, Calif. — It wasn't some bold theft carried out by burglars breaking into a heavily-fortified museum with high-tech alarms to swipe a masterpiece. It was a low-tech caper involving a distraction, an accomplice or two and a small...

Authorities recover stolen Rembrandt worth $250,000

Updated: 8/16/2011 09:54 AM

  LONDON — A 16-year-old boy was ordered Tuesday to stand trial for the murder of a retiree attacked when he confronted rioters in London, as British judges and prosecutors used tough punishment and name-and-shame tactics against hundreds of...

Police charge teenager with London riots murder

Updated: 8/16/2011 09:54 AM

  DECORAH, Iowa — President Barack Obama's Midwestern tour is offering a mix of offense and defense that signals both his governing approach for the remainder of his term and the evolution of a campaign message for his re-election bid.

Obama fences, parries at start of Midwestern tour

Updated: 8/16/2011 09:54 AM

  EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. — A southwestern Illinois man has died two months after being severely burned while allegedly trying to steal wire from an Ameren electrical substation.

Downstate man burned during wire theft dies

Updated: 8/16/2011 09:36 AM

  VANDALIA, Ill. — Prosecutors and defense attorneys are ready to address jurors in the murder trial of a southern Illinois teenager accused of gunning down two of his sleeping neighbors in their tiny community.

Jury seated in downstate double-murder trial

Updated: 8/16/2011 09:36 AM

  Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he's working toward settling a series of civil lawsuits filed over decades-old allegations of torture by Chicago police

Emanuel favors settling police torture lawsuits

Updated: 8/16/2011 09:15 AM

  Authorities at the Carpentersville Fire Department are looking for past firefighters to attend the dedication service of the department's 9/11 memorial. The department will hold its ceremony at 10 a.m. Sept. 11 at 213 Spring St. An open house...

Carpentersville seeks former firefighters to attend 9/11 ceremony

Updated: 8/16/2011 07:58 AM

  St. Charles Unit District 303 school board members decided Monday night to keep using a text that's drawn local and national criticism from conservatives. The “Social Studies Alive!” textbook reads: “Immigrants might have to take...

St. Charles District 303 to keep textbook, for now

Updated: 8/16/2011 05:54 AM

  Saturday's three Grade I stakes at Arlington Park are billed as the International Festival of Racing, which is fitting since some top international horses are among the morning-line favorites for the Arlington Million, Secretariat and the Beverly D.

Strong international field among Arlington favorites

Updated: 8/16/2011 06:40 AM

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