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This Morning With Ray Dunaway November 21st 2014

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11/21/2014

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This Morning With Ray Dunaway November 19th 2014

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11/19/2014

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Tuesday

A quick look around the world makes it clear. The lot of women in many parts of the world find themselves in dire straits. Boko Haram kidnapped young girls in Nigeria, raped them, converted them [...]

11/18/2014

In this handout from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), a colorized transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a Ebola virus virion is seen. (credit: Center for Disease Control (CDC) via Getty Images)

This Morning With Ray Dunaway November 18th 2014

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11/18/2014

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That Was Then

Connecticut continues its experiment with voter-assisted suicide by electing the lamest Washington delegation possible. (Well, Joe Courtney and Jim Himes aren’t complete lunatics, so I guess there’s still hope.)   Over the weekend, the states [...]

11/17/2014

Tom Foley at Gubernatorial Election Forum on Transportation (Courtesy CT-N)

This Morning With Ray Dunaway November 17th 2014

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11/17/2014

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This Morning With Ray Dunaway November 14th 2014

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11/14/2014

A man stands near a model of the European Space Agency's (ESA) robot craft Philae as he visits the Cite de l'espace (Space City) in Toulouse, southern France, on November 12, 2014, on the day Philae began a 20-kilometre (12-mile) descent toward the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet after being launched from the space probe Rosetta, following a ten year journey. Europe's Rosetta spacecraft made contact with its robot craft Philae soon after the lander embarked on November 12 on a solo, seven-hour descent to a comet, ground controllers said. Astrophysicists hope Philae will unlock knowledge about the origins of the Solar System and even life on Earth, which some believe may have started with comets 'seeding' the planet with life-giving carbon molecules and water.  (Remy Gabalda/AFP/Getty Images)

I Feel Better

I feel better. This morning, echoing Johnathan Gruber, I was willing to bet that the shots sent back to Earth from the Philae Lander, which landed yesterday on a distant comet, would be largely ignored.

11/13/2014

A man stands near a model of the European Space Agency's (ESA) robot craft Philae as he visits the Cite de l'espace (Space City) in Toulouse, southern France, on November 12, 2014, on the day Philae began a 20-kilometre (12-mile) descent toward the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet after being launched from the space probe Rosetta, following a ten year journey. Europe's Rosetta spacecraft made contact with its robot craft Philae soon after the lander embarked on November 12 on a solo, seven-hour descent to a comet, ground controllers said. Astrophysicists hope Philae will unlock knowledge about the origins of the Solar System and even life on Earth, which some believe may have started with comets 'seeding' the planet with life-giving carbon molecules and water.  (Remy Gabalda/AFP/Getty Images)

This Morning With Ray Dunaway November 12th 2014

Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.

11/13/2014

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Remember Sheff vs O’Neill?

Remember Sheff vs O’Neill? Ah! Good times, good times! The suit was brought to address disparities which existed, and still do, between urban and suburban school districts. City kids scored much lower on standardized testing [...]

11/12/2014

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