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  Thailand's government on Tuesday declared a state of emergency in Bangkok and surrounding areas to cope with protests that have stirred up violent attacks, adding to the country's monthslong sense of crisis.

Thailand declares state of emergency for protests

Updated: 1/21/2014 09:48 AM

  A car bomb ripped through a Shiite neighborhood in south Beirut on Tuesday, killing four people and sending plumes of smoke over the area in the latest attack to target supporters of Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group. It was the second bombing in...

Car bomb hits Shiite suburb of Beirut, killing 4

Updated: 1/21/2014 09:48 AM

  N.J. Gov. Chris Christie, who starts a second term with multiple investigations into his administration's tactics underway, will accentuate bipartisanship and diversity in his inaugural speech Tuesday. The governor of New Jersey had to modify the...

Christie cancels inauguration party because of weather

Updated: 1/21/2014 09:31 AM

  A leading human rights group accused the United States and other world powers Tuesday of undermining efforts to bring Syrian President Bashar Assad before the International Criminal Court. The New York-based Human Rights Watch said the U.S. had...

Rights group calls for 'real pressure' on Syria

Updated: 1/21/2014 09:45 AM

  Scientists are reporting new findings about the relationship between evaporation, precipitation and changing water levels in the Great Lakes. In a paper being released Tuesday, researchers say the role played by ice that covers sections of the lakes...

Reports shed light on Great Lakes water levels

Updated: 1/21/2014 08:49 AM

  He's been in the company of celebrity chefs like Alton Brown, Guy Fieri and Giada De Laurentiis. Now, chef Judson Todd Allen, a former finalist on the "The Next Food Network Star," will visit Naperville Public Library with his wide smiles, delicious...

Chef to discuss benefits of cooking healthy at Naperville library

Updated: 1/21/2014 08:30 AM

  An investigation continues into what caused a fire that led to one person suffering burn injuries in a house near Lincolnshire, authorities said.

One person injured in blaze near Lincolnshire

Updated: 1/21/2014 03:14 PM

  Organizers of the Our Lady of Guadalupe feast day celebration in Des Plaines will meet with the top brass of the city's police department today to discuss the $30,000 bill the city sent for providing police traffic control during the event. The bill...

Guadalupe organizers shocked by $30,000 Des Plaines police bill

Updated: 1/21/2014 04:41 AM

  Police seek men in Bensenville shooting death. Cold, lake effect snow expected. Armed man robs Lisle Aldi. Naperville, Aurora make safest cities list. Trader Joe's sets opening date in Libertyville. Naperville marathon doubling spots. Bulls beat...

Dawn Patrol: Cops seek 2 in death; cold, snow expected today

Updated: 1/21/2014 05:59 AM

  Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman said in a column for SI.com that he's not a villainous person. He wrote on Monday that his postgame interview Sunday with Fox reporter Erin Andrews stemmed from adrenaline and his dislike for San Francisco wide...

Seattle's Sherman writes he's not villainous

Updated: 1/21/2014 03:24 PM

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