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Gov. Rauner tells WGN about moving forward after Republican primary win

Gov. Rauner tells WGN about moving forward after Republican primary win

He will face the victor of the GOP primary between Gov. Bruce Rauner and state Rep. Jeanne Ives in November. In the primary, Pritzker defeated Illinois Senator Daniel Biss and Chris Kennedy, a businessman and the son of late Robert F Kennedy after spending a whopping $70 million from his own pocket on the campaign.


READ: Senate Intel Previews Election Cyber-Security Recommendations

READ: Senate Intel Previews Election Cyber-Security Recommendations

After a year of investigation, the review of hundreds-of-thousands of documents, multiple hearings on Capitol Hill and interviews with key witnesses behind closed doors, the Senate Intelligence Committee released a series of recommendations Tuesday about how to bolster election security in the United States.


Two-Year-Old Girl Tragically Dies After 'Stolen' Car Plunges Into River

Two-Year-Old Girl Tragically Dies After 'Stolen' Car Plunges Into River

The auto was found in the water around 5pm with Kiara inside. Dyfed-Powys Police, which led the search for Kiara after the auto was reported missing with her in it, warned people to "think very carefully" before posting and not to speculate on the circumstances of incidents.


Detectives searching for suspects in Iron Station armed robbery

Detectives searching for suspects in Iron Station armed robbery

Officers say a black male, dressed in all black and khaki trousers entered the store with a hand gun. A short time later, police found a vehicle that matched the description provided to them.Police say the people inside the vehicle jumped out and fled the scene.


Death Toll Rises To 26 In Kabul Explosion

Death Toll Rises To 26 In Kabul Explosion

The MoI has confirmed 26 killed however Kabul's acting police chief Dawood Amin said 23 people were killed and 25 were injured. IS claimed responsibility for the attack in a message posted by the group's Amaq news agency. The country's minority Shiites typically celebrate by visiting shrines. An affiliate of the group has claimed previous attacks on Shia targets. General John Nicholson, who leads U.S.