New crew docks at China's first permanent space station
Chinese astronauts have begun their six-month mission on China's first permanent space station, after successfully docking aboard their spacecraft
New Zealand dispenses record number of jabs at 'Vaxathon'New Zealand health care workers have administered a record number of vaccine jabs as the nation holds a festival aimed at getting more people inoculated against the coronavirus
Islamic State claims mosque bombing in south AfghanistanThe Islamic State group says its members are responsible for a deadly suicide bombing on a Shiite mosque in southern Afghanistan
Illinois police dog comforts grieving after loss of handlerURBANA, Ill. (AP) - As he approaches his annual employee evaluation, Winston has a lock on 'exceeds expectations.' Consider that since December, the chocolate Labrador had to graduate from therapy-dog school, relocate from balmy Florida to chilly Champaign County, start a new job, acclimate to loving strangers, then abruptly be robbed of his 24/7 work partner and handler.
How Bears' purchase of Arlington Park happened, and what might happen nextWhile talk of a Bears move to the suburbs has been happening for years, the team's pending purchase of Arlington Park and its 326 acres makes a move feel more real than ever before. Here's a look at how we got to this point, and what might happen next.
Robert Durst hospitalized with COVID-19, his lawyer saysA lawyer says Saturday that New York real estate heir Robert Durst has been hospitalized after contracting COVID-19
Barrington's 20th annual Scarecrow Festival brings families togetherSpooky Halloween music filled the air welcoming families to the 20th annual Scarecrow Festival Saturday at Barrington's Memorial Park.
Maduro ally extradited to US on money laundering chargesA senior U.S. official says that a top fugitive close to Venezuela's socialist government has been put on a plane to the U.S. to face money laundering charges
'He was Southend': Tributes paid to slain British lawmakerLeaders from across Britain's political spectrum have come together to pay tribute to a long-serving British lawmaker who was stabbed to death in what police have described as a terrorist attack
Hoffman Estates Halloween bash returns after two-year hiatusWitches, goblins, princesses and a host of costumed children descended on the Triphahn Center Saturday in Hoffman Estates for the Preschool Halloween Bash.
Now 41, man who killed 4-year-old at age 13 granted paroleA New York man who was 13 years old when he killed a 4-year-old boy with a rock has been granted parole
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Owls, pumpkin patches and football games means it's autumn in The Week in Pictures photo gallery for October 2-8, 2021.
Through the Film Magnifier: Richard Nixon, ballet classes, baseball tryouts, donkey basketball and more
Bull frogs, cow pies, rescue dogs and race horses are all part of The Week in Pictures photo gallery for September, 18-24, 2021.
Antioch visited Wauconda, Maine South played against Glenbrook North and Buffalo Grove played at Prospect on Friday night, September 24, 2021.