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U.S. State Department Warned Spring Breakers About Mexico TravelThe U.S. State Department warned college students on spring break about potentially dangerous travel to Mexico.
Connecticut's U.S.Attorney ResignsFirst Assistant will serve as Acting U.S. Attorney
State Officials To Warn Spring Breakers About ZikaWith many college students planning spring break trips to warmer locations, the state Department of Public Health is launching a series of public service messages warning of the dangers of Zika virus.
After Second Travel Order, UConn Still Tells Some Students Not To Travel OverseasUConn is advising international students not to travel outside of the US, because of the president's revised executive order on immigration.
Oprah 2020? Winfrey Won't Rule Out Running For Office Thanks To TrumpPresident Donald Trump's election has gotten Oprah Winfrey thinking why not her?
Governor & White House In Immigration Verbal BattleGovernor Malloy has said Connecticut law enforcement officials should not take action solely to enforce federal immigration law
Powerball Jackpot Tops $400 Million For First Time In MonthsThe Powerball jackpot has climbed above $400 million for the first time in nearly three months.
Congress Blocks Post Sandy Hook Gun LegislationThe measure was designed to keep guns out of the hands of mentally disabled people
Blumenthal: McMahon Could Be 'Voice of Sanity and Stability' In Trump AdminConnecticut's top Democrats, including McMahon's two former political opponents, now have high praise for the former professional wrestling executive, a potential ally in Republican President Donald Trump's administration.
Americans Would Choose Money Over True Love, According To A SurveyAccording to a survey, Americans are more likely to choose a million dollars over true love even around Valentine's Day.
CTE Could Become A Problem For Soccer, Study FindsA study of 14 deceased soccer players showed CTE, meaning the disease isn't specific to the NFL.

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