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Haitian Flag To Fly At Governor's ResidenceGovernor Malloy directed the flag of Haiti be flown in response to the vulgar remarks attributed to President Trump in reference to Haiti and African nations
Tide Pod Challenge: The Viral Challenge Encouraging Teens To Eat Laundry DetergentA strange new internet craze coined the “Tide Pod Challenge” has gone viral with teens across the nation.
New England Reps' Bill Would Prohibit Offshore DrillingBipartisan members of New England's congressional delegations have introduced a bill to prohibit oil and gas drilling off the New England coast.
Circuit City Announces Relaunch 9 Years After Closing Stores
Regular Exercise Can Take Away 'Years Of Damage' From Laziness And Doing Nothing, Study SaysA new study has revealed that the statement 'it's never too late to get in shape' actually does hold water after all. 
Smelling Your Partner's Clothes Can Decrease Stress Level, Study SaysIf you find that the pressures of everyday life are mounting and your partner's not around to comfort you, rifling through their clothes and taking a whiff might be just what you need to help you relax.
Samsung Unveils 146-Inch, Wall-Sized TV Called 'The Wall'The 12-foot-2-inch screen is nearly twice the size of most big screen sets on the market and features a new technology called "microLED."
Extended Deep Freeze Yields To January Thaw In New EnglandThe extended deep freeze that caused misery across New England is over.
Report: 18 States May Introduce Sports Betting Bills In 2018A new report predicts 18 states will introduce bills to regulate sports betting this year, with 11 having a good chance of passing legislation.
Millennials' Quest For Perfection Causing Mental Health Issues, Study SaysThe report, published in the journal Psychological Bulletin, draws a link between the number of young people being labeled as perfectionists and the rise in mental health issues being diagnosed.
Bitcoin Called 'Unstable' By Microsoft, Dropped As A Payment MethodMicrosoft employees told reporters at Bleeping Computer that the cryptocurrency's market was too volatile to keep using for online transactions.
Scientists: Freezing Cold Winter Could Mean Much Fewer Bugs In SummerAs many states are still digging out from the frigid "bomb cyclone," some are looking for the possible bright side of a brutal winter: less bugs in the summer.

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