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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.
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.
Report Alleges Russia Made Contact With New Britain's Paul ManafortThe Kremlin spokesman on Wednesday denied reports of intercepted phone calls between Russian intelligence officials and members of Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Paul Manafort Says He Wasn't Interviewed By FBI About Alleged Russian Contacts"I have never knowingly spoken to Russian intelligence officers and I have never been involved with anything to do with the Russian government or the Putin administration or any other issues under investigation today," Manafort said.
Travel Ban BlockedJudge's ruling applies nationwide
Actress Debbie Reynolds DiesDeath came one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher passed away at age 60
Yahoo Reports Massive Data BreachOver a billion user accounts were compromised
Death Toll Rises As Haiti Digs Out From Hurricane MatthewPeople across Haiti are going through the wreckage of their homes Friday, salvaging what they could from a deadly and devastating hit by Hurricane Matthew.
FDA Advises Zika Screening For All US Blood CentersThe Food and Drug Administration wants all U.S. blood banks to start screening for Zika virus, a major expansion intended to protect the nation's blood supply from the mosquito-borne disease.
Yale Study Identifies Cells In Placenta Susceptible To ZikaResearchers at Yale have determined which kind of cells allow the Zika virus to move from an infected mother to a fetus.
Majority of Connecticut Zika Cases In People Who Traveled To Dominican RepublicanThe state Department of Public Health today announced that a majority of the people who have tested positive for Zika Virus had spent time in the Dominican Republic.

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