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Federal Government: Connecticut a Target of Election HackingConnecticut officials were notified by the federal government on Friday that the state's online voter registration system was targeted during last year's presidential campaign in hacking efforts by Russia.
Study: CT Would Be Among Biggest Losers In Obamacare RepealThe biggest losers, percentage-wise, would be: New York, Oregon, Connecticut, Vermont and Minnesota. California would be the biggest loser in dollars.
Anti-Smoking Campaign Endorses Using E-CigarettesThe "Stoptober" campaign will reportedly promote using the controversial devices in their television ads this October.
Global Extinction Event Coming In 2100, MIT Professor Says"In the geologic past, this type of behavior is associated with mass extinction," an MIT professor says.
Can iOS 11 Record You Without You Knowing? Experts Say YesBeta testers of the iPhone's new software have voiced their shock at the ability to record friends on Snapchat without their knowledge.
Jasper Johns To Leave Connecticut Estate For Artists RetreatFamed painter Jasper Johns is making plans for his rural estate in the Connecticut hills to become an artists' retreat after he's gone.
Opioid Crisis Has Lowered U.S. Life Expectancy, Study FindsAccording to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the country's opioid epidemic claimed over 33,000 lives in 2015.
Tackle Football Before Age 12 Can Cause Brain Damage, Study SaysOne of the authors of the study says eliminating tackling in youth football would be a major step toward making the game safe, but it's not a perfect solution.
Will The World End On September 23? Christian 'Researcher' Says YesIf you had plans for the weekend, a Christian numerologist says you won't get to them.
Teacher's Gross Bread Experiment Gets Kids To Wash Their HandsThe post quickly spread all over social media with more than 70,000 shares and 14,000 comments.
States Expand Investigation of Opioid Makers, DistributorsAttorneys general from most states are broadening their investigation into the opioid industry as a nationwide overdose crisis continues to claim thousands of lives.
25 Is The New 18? Study Says Teens Are Growing Up SlowerAmong 8th graders, about half the number of younger teens had a job or tried alcohol compared to kids in the 1990's.

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