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Opioid Deaths Reportedly Down In State With Legal Marijuanathe number of overdose deaths have fallen by more than six percent since the state legalized recreational pot in 2014.
U.S. Takes On Japan In Highly-Anticipated Giant Robot BattleThe titanic fight will finally be aired after an American team of engineers challenged their Japanese opponents to the duel in 2015.
LOOK: Rescued Dog Receives Life-Saving Midnight GroomingKari Falla of BGE Grooming says she could tell how bad the dog's condition was by the pictures alone and opened up her shop to help.
Broccoli May Be Key To A Healthy Gut, Study Findsa diet filled with broccoli may help patients to cope with digestive issues such as leaky gut and colitis.
Flight 666 Safely Arrives In HEL On Friday The 13thEven the most ardent cynic might have opted not to get on flight 666 to HEL as it departed from Copenhagen this morning.
Connecticut to Join Suit to Stop Trump Health Care OrderDemocratic Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman says the move will make it harder for insurers to do business in Connecticut.
Fewer Refugees Resettling In U.S. Under Trump, Study SaysPew Research Center says the U.S. has resettled 28,000 refugees across the country since January 2017.
Equifax Reportedly Hacked Again, This Time With Fake Pop UpsAn independent security analyst claims that the company's website was compromised for several hours on October 11
Sportsbook Favors Tillerson Over Trump In Potential IQ TestThe 45th president is yet again the underdog, but this time it's all about his infamous IQ test remark.
Experts Say U.S. Should Expect A Brutal Winter This YearForecasters at AccuWeather say that the Northeast and mid-Atlantic states are in store for a very chilly winter.
Middletown Composer Among 'Genius Grant' RecipientsTwenty-four people from a wide range of fields have been awarded $625,000, no-strings-attached fellowships from the Chicago-based MacArthur Foundation, the organization announced Wednesday.
America's Smartest People Are Reportedly Moving Out WestThe nation's smartest people are reportedly moving to more western states that used to be the home of America's farming and mining towns.

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