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CONCORD — A bill that aims to protect children from lead poisoning has broad support in and out of the Legislature, but some worry recent changes to the legislation could create financial risks for property owners.Senate Bill 247 was approved last fall and sent to the House, which approved it Jan. 3, but with an amendment that replaced grant funds that would have helped with lead abatement with a loan program. The bill now heads back to the Senate for review. The change to funding... [Read More]
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A massive new fissure opened on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, hurling bursts of rock and magma with an ear-piercing screech on Sunday as it threatened nearby homes within a zone where authorities had just ordered an evacuation. [Read More]
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ZTE had said last week that it would cease "major operating activities" because of the U.S. government's recent trade restrictions. [Read More]
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A man in Michigan believes he captured the image of an angel on his security camera. He says it appears to be hovering over his truck. [Read More]
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The NBC Connecticut Meteorologists are issuing a First Alert for the threat of storms on Tuesday.The thunderstorms could be strong or even severe throughout the state in the afternoon and at... [Read More]
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A man was booked into jail in southern Utah after a woman told police she caught him performing a sexual act on a 2-year-old child while a 3-year-old was awake in the same room. According to a statement of probable cause, Jason Nez was booked into jail and faces charges of sodomy of a child as a first-degree felony and lewdness involving a child under the age of 14 as a class A misdemeanor. The alleged abuse... [Read More]
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Cubans marched through the streets of Havana's Vedado neighborhood, waving rainbow and Cuban flags, in a march to end homophobia and trans phobia. [Read More]
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A Korean War veteran struggling to get by can now breathe a sign of relief after a group of around 100 volunteers in the Phoenix area spent a day helping renovate his home. [Read More]
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Elon Musk gets a chuckle out of the prospect of Donald Trump winning a Nobel Prize. [Read More]
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What started as an investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election has morphed into an ever-expanding galaxy of scandals.        ... [Read More]
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Cue the tears: Taylor Swift treated the audience at Saturday night's concert to a rare live performance of "The Best Day," in... [Read More]
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Now is the busiest driving season and until September, Americans will pay an extra $200 dollars on gas compared to last year... [Read More]
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A Department of Education team that had looked into fraud and abuse by for-profit colleges has been dismantled to the point that it has "effectively killed investigations" into institutions where top hires of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos once worked, The New York Times reported Sunday, citing current and former employees. [Read More]
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The company, which was barred from using American components, said it had halted "major operating activities." I... [Read More]
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Suntory's world-renowned, age Hibiki whisky will be discontinued, as the shortage of aged Japanese whisky grows. [Read More]
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The Chechnya-born attacker who fatally stabbed a man and injured four other people in Paris Saturday night, apparently pledged allegiance to the ISIS terror network in a video made before his death. [Read More]
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The Chechnyan-born man who stabbed people on a Paris street was on an anti-terror watchlist of suspected extremists, Sky News reported Sunday. [Read More]
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A massive new fissure opened on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, hurling bursts of rock and magma on Sunday while threatening nearby homes within a zone where authorities had just ordered an evacuation. [Read More]
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A new report is questioning whether a "culture of leniency" at Broward County schools in Florida allowed Parkland school massacre suspect Nikolas Cruz to slip through the cracks. [Read More]
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The police explanation that more black and Hispanic people are arrested on marijuana charges because complaints are high in their neighborhoods doesn't hold up to scrutiny. [Read More]