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Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was found guilty of lying to the FBI, making him the second consecutive Illinois governor to be convicted of a crime. John Gress/Getty Images hide caption

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Illinois Politicians: Really Corrupt Or Just Dumb?

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Paying A Local Price For I-95's Global Promise

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Catering To The Crowd: Autism-friendly movie screenings are now monthly occurrences in 124 AMC outlets, along with a few dozen other theaters, nationwide. AMC's "Silence is Golden" rule is relaxed at these screenings, where theaters are less dark and soundtracks play at a lower volume. AMC Entertainment hide caption

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Iowa (Traveling III) Dar Williams
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Treme Brass Band: Living And Breathing New Orleans

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