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  • Ex-Senator's brother admits impersonating officer

    Ex-Senator's brother admits impersonating officer

    Monday, February 24 2014 7:50 PM EST2014-02-25 00:50:47 GMT
    Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown's half-brother has pleaded guilty to impersonating a federal law enforcement officer. Authorities say 47-year-old Bruce Brown stopped boaters off the Connecticut coast afterMore >
    Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown's half-brother has pleaded guilty to impersonating a federal law enforcement officer.More >
  • Woman dragged during purse snatching

    Woman dragged during purse snatching

    Friday, February 21 2014 10:56 PM EST2014-02-22 03:56:49 GMT
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    Fairfield Police are looking for suspect in purse snatching that led to a woman being dragged by a car Friday night.A woman entered the Cumberland Farms on Kings Highway East, as she entered the storeMore >
    Fairfield Police are looking for suspect in purse snatching that led to a woman being dragged by a car Friday night.More >
  • Video shows principal dragging Bridgeport student

    Video shows principal dragging Bridgeport student

    Friday, February 21 2014 6:25 PM EST2014-02-21 23:25:09 GMT
    It's a case that outraged parents across the state and it was all caught on video. A Bridgeport school principal was seen on surveillance dragging two different kindergarten students by their legs andMore >
    A Bridgeport school principal was seen on surveillance dragging two different kindergarten students by their legs and she was allowed to keep her job.More >
  • Mental exam ordered for suspect in school threat

    Mental exam ordered for suspect in school threat

    Tuesday, February 4 2014 3:10 PM EST2014-02-04 20:10:19 GMT
    A Connecticut judge has ordered a mental health evaluation for a man charged with threatening to shoot up a Stamford school and kill the principal. Twenty-four-year-old Okino Richards of Stamford was arraignedMore >
    A Connecticut judge has ordered a mental health evaluation for a man charged with threatening to shoot up a Stamford school and kill the principal.More >
  • Man sues New Haven, state over murder arrest

    Man sues New Haven, state over murder arrest

    Monday, February 3 2014 10:09 AM EST2014-02-03 15:09:09 GMT
    A New Haven man is suing the city and state for $20 million after he was charged with murder and spent 17 months in jail awaiting trial before prosecutors dropped the allegations. Robert Foy's lawyersMore >
    A New Haven man is suing the city and state for $20 million after he was charged with murder and spent 17 months in jail awaiting trial before prosecutors dropped the allegations.More >
  • Penalty phase resumes in murder trial

    Penalty phase resumes in murder trial

    Monday, February 3 2014 7:03 AM EST2014-02-03 12:03:47 GMT
    A death penalty phase is resuming in the trial of a Connecticut man convicted of killing two adults and a 9-year-old girl in Bridgeport in 2006. The penalty phase of former Trumbull resident Richard Roszkowski'sMore >
    A death penalty phase is resuming in the trial of a Connecticut man convicted of killing two adults and a 9-year-old girl in Bridgeport in 2006.More >
  • SC company apologizes for ad with Newtown photo

    SC company apologizes for ad with Newtown photo

    Friday, January 31 2014 8:19 AM EST2014-01-31 13:19:31 GMT
    A South Carolina company is apologizing for an email advertisement that used a police photo of the shot-out entrance to a Connecticut elementary school where 20 first-graders and six educators were killed. CommercialMore >
    A South Carolina company is apologizing for an email advertisement that used a police photo of the shot-out entrance to a Connecticut elementary school where 20 first-graders and six educators were killed.More >
  • Local passengers return home after nightmare cruise

    Local passengers return home after nightmare cruise

    Thursday, January 30 2014 10:25 AM EST2014-01-30 15:25:54 GMT
    Some passengers are describing it as the trip from Hell. Nearly 700 people became sick on a Royal Caribbean cruise, and passengers are saying they're glad to be back on dry ground.Passengers on the shipMore >
    Some passengers are describing it as the trip from Hell. Nearly 700 people became sick on a Royal Caribbean cruise, and passengers are saying they're glad to be back on dry ground.More >
  • Ex-Shelton official faces sentencing for theft

    Ex-Shelton official faces sentencing for theft

    Thursday, January 30 2014 10:25 AM EST2014-01-30 15:25:03 GMT
    A former Shelton official is facing sentencing for stealing nearly $500,000 in city funds over several years. Sharon Scanlon is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday in Milford Superior Court. The ConnecticutMore >
    A former Shelton official is facing sentencing for stealing nearly $500,000 in city funds over several years.More >
  • State denies Sandy aid for elevating coastal homes

    State denies Sandy aid for elevating coastal homes

    Wednesday, January 29 2014 11:16 AM EST2014-01-29 16:16:49 GMT
    State officials have rejected $18 million in requests for the latest round of Superstorm Sandy aid by shoreline homeowners who want to use the emergency funding to elevate their homes to avoid future stormMore >
    State officials have rejected $18 million in requests for the latest round of Superstorm Sandy aid by shoreline homeowners who want to use the emergency funding to elevate their homes to avoid future storm damage.More >
  • Greenwich police investigating home invasion

    Greenwich police investigating home invasion

    Wednesday, January 29 2014 10:01 AM EST2014-01-29 15:01:51 GMT
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    Greenwich police say they're looking for two men who reportedly tied up and assaulted a woman during a home invasion. A local resident told police that she returned home at about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday andMore >
    Greenwich police say they're looking for two men who reportedly tied up and assaulted a woman during a home invasion.More >
  • Michaels Stores investigating possible data breach

    Michaels Stores investigating possible data breach

    Monday, January 27 2014 6:41 PM EST2014-01-27 23:41:21 GMT
    Michaels Stores says it is investigating a possible company data security breach that may have affected its customers' payment card information. The Irving, Texas, company said Saturday that it launchedMore >
    Michaels Stores says it is investigating a possible company data security breach that may have affected its customers' payment card information.More >
  • Epileptic man sues police who Tasered him

    Epileptic man sues police who Tasered him

    Monday, January 27 2014 6:38 AM EST2014-01-27 11:38:41 GMT
    A Connecticut man who says police shot him with a stun gun while he was having an epileptic seizure has filed a lawsuit accusing two officers of battery and using excessive force. Robert Marzullo suedMore >
    A Connecticut man who says police shot him with a stun gun while he was having an epileptic seizure has filed a lawsuit accusing two officers of battery and using excessive force.More >
  • Appeals court hears same-sex custody case

    Appeals court hears same-sex custody case

    Monday, January 27 2014 6:37 AM EST2014-01-27 11:37:13 GMT
    A federal appeals court is making a rare appearance in Connecticut to hear several cases, including one involving a Virginia pastor convicted of helping a woman and her child flee the country and avoidMore >
    A federal appeals court is making a rare appearance in Connecticut to hear several cases, including one involving a Virginia pastor convicted of helping a woman and her child flee the country and avoid a custody dispute with her former lesbian partner.More >
  • Malloy's Newtown panel to discuss crisis services

    Malloy's Newtown panel to discuss crisis services

    Friday, January 24 2014 6:50 AM EST2014-01-24 11:50:56 GMT
    A state commission reviewing the Newtown school shooting is expected to hear from experts about behavioral health and crisis counseling services available in Connecticut. The 16 members of the Sandy HookMore >
    A state commission reviewing the Newtown school shooting is expected to hear from experts about behavioral health and crisis counseling services available in Connecticut.More >
  • Sandy Hook shooter's father meets with state official

    Sandy Hook shooter's father meets with state official

    Friday, January 24 2014 6:49 AM EST2014-01-24 11:49:07 GMT
    The father of the gunman in the Sandy Hook Elementary School killings has met with a Connecticut official and agreed to help find missing school and medical records that could shed more light on the tragedy. PeterMore >
    The father of the gunman in the Sandy Hook Elementary School killings has met with a Connecticut official and agreed to help find missing school and medical records that could shed more light on the tragedy.More >
  • Funding for state parks to be discussed

    Funding for state parks to be discussed

    Thursday, January 23 2014 6:19 AM EST2014-01-23 11:19:11 GMT
    A legislative committee is being briefed on how Connecticut's state parks and forests are funded. The nonpartisan staff for the General Assembly's Program Review and Investigations Committee was chargedMore >
    A legislative committee is being briefed on how Connecticut's state parks and forests are funded.More >
  • Flights canceled, some schools closed after 'Chester'

    Flights canceled, some schools closed after 'Chester'

    Wednesday, January 22 2014 8:58 AM EST2014-01-22 13:58:31 GMT
    Airline flights are canceled and schools are closed or opening late in Connecticut after a storm dumped up to a foot of snow in parts of the state. Bradley International Airport north of Hartford is reportingMore >
    Airline flights are canceled and schools are closed or opening late in Connecticut after a storm dumped up to a foot of snow in parts of the state.More >
  • Storm cancels Duncan's Hartford appearance

    Storm cancels Duncan's Hartford appearance

    Tuesday, January 21 2014 9:42 AM EST2014-01-21 14:42:33 GMT
    An approaching snow storm has led to the cancellation of an appearance in Hartford by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. Duncan had been scheduled to visit University High School of Science and EngineeringMore >
    An approaching snow storm has led to the cancellation of an appearance in Hartford by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.More >
  • Pool worker due in court for icy road wrecks

    Pool worker due in court for icy road wrecks

    Tuesday, January 21 2014 8:58 AM EST2014-01-21 13:58:01 GMT
    A Connecticut pool company worker is facing his first court appearance since being charged with causing several car crashes when he drained water from a pool onto a road and it froze. Thirty-four-year-oldMore >
    A Connecticut pool company worker is facing his first court appearance since being charged with causing several car crashes when he drained water from a pool onto a road and it froze.More >
  • Man who survived fall moved to NY hospital

    Man who survived fall moved to NY hospital

    Tuesday, January 21 2014 8:54 AM EST2014-01-21 13:54:40 GMT
    Police in Connecticut say a man who survived a 10-story fall from an apartment building in Stamford has been moved to a hospital in New York for treatment. Stamford police Lt. Diedrich Hohn told TheMore >
    Police in Connecticut say a man who survived a 10-story fall from an apartment building in Stamford has been moved to a hospital in New York for treatment.More >
  • 1st state count: Schools see 1,431 bullying cases

    1st state count: Schools see 1,431 bullying cases

    Monday, January 20 2014 10:44 AM EST2014-01-20 15:44:47 GMT
    In the first year when state law requires school districts to report bullying, 1,431 incidents have been documented in Connecticut. Hearst Connecticut Newspapers reports that the numbers, broken downMore >
    In the first year when state law requires school districts to report bullying, 1,431 incidents have been documented in Connecticut.More >
  • Newtown Action Alliance protests gun industry foundation

    Newtown Action Alliance protests gun industry foundation

    Monday, January 13 2014 3:18 PM EST2014-01-13 20:18:23 GMT
    A group supporting tougher gun laws is planning a protest outside the headquarters of the gun industry's national trade association and lobby organization in Newtown, where 20 first-graders and six adultsMore >
    A group supporting tougher gun laws protested outside the headquarters of the gun industry's national trade association in Newtown, where 20 first-graders and six adults were killed at a school more than a year ago.More >
  • Some lawmakers favor video gambling expansion

    Some lawmakers favor video gambling expansion

    Monday, January 13 2014 7:55 AM EST2014-01-13 12:55:03 GMT
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    Members of a Connecticut legislative task force say they're likely to recommend that the state allow slot machines and video gambling at the three off-track betting centers in the state. Bridgeport Sen.More >
    Members of a Connecticut legislative task force say they're likely to recommend that the state allow slot machines and video gambling at the three off-track betting centers in the state.More >
  • Flu now widespread in CT; 2 deaths reported

    Flu now widespread in CT; 2 deaths reported

    Thursday, January 9 2014 6:58 AM EST2014-01-09 11:58:20 GMT
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    Connecticut health officials say the flu is now widespread across the state with more than 680 confirmed cases and two deaths this season. Officials say Fairfield County has the most confirmed cases withMore >
    Connecticut health officials say the flu is now widespread across the state with more than 680 confirmed cases and two deaths this season.More >
  • Norwalk man sent to prison for triple shooting

    Norwalk man sent to prison for triple shooting

    Wednesday, January 8 2014 8:28 AM EST2014-01-08 13:28:42 GMT
    A state judge has sentenced a Norwalk man to two years in prison for gun crimes for shooting three people in what his lawyer called self-defense. Twenty-three-year-old Christopher Entzminger-Joyner wasMore >
    A state judge has sentenced a Norwalk man to two years in prison for gun crimes for shooting three people in what his lawyer called self-defense.More >
  • Penalty phase set to begin in Conn. murder trial

    Penalty phase set to begin in Conn. murder trial

    Monday, January 6 2014 6:52 AM EST2014-01-06 11:52:20 GMT
    A Connecticut jury is scheduled to begin hearing evidence on whether a man should get the death penalty for killing two adults and a 9-year-old girl in Bridgeport. The penalty phase of the trial of formerMore >
    A Connecticut jury is scheduled to begin hearing evidence on whether a man should get the death penalty for killing two adults and a 9-year-old girl in Bridgeport.More >
  • Stamford looks to reduce decibels on construction

    Stamford looks to reduce decibels on construction

    Thursday, January 2 2014 6:17 AM EST2014-01-02 11:17:03 GMT
    Stamford is trying to turn down the volume on its building boom. The southwest Connecticut city that capitalized on its proximity to New York City and became a financial and business center in its ownMore >
    Stamford is trying to turn down the volume on its building boom.More >
  • Fire prevention key goal since deadly 2011 Christmas Day fire

    Fire prevention key goal since deadly 2011 Christmas Day fire

    Thursday, December 26 2013 4:20 PM EST2013-12-26 21:20:54 GMT
    Stamford firefighters have redoubled their efforts to prevent fires since three sisters and their grandparents died in a Christmas Day house fire in 2011.The Advocate of Stamford reports that Public SafetyMore >
    Stamford firefighters have redoubled their efforts to prevent fires since three sisters and their grandparents died in a Christmas Day house fire in 2011.More >
  • Ex-fencing coach pleads guilty to sexual assault

    Ex-fencing coach pleads guilty to sexual assault

    Thursday, December 26 2013 6:58 AM EST2013-12-26 11:58:36 GMT
    A former youth fencing coach faces up to four years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a high school student. The Connecticut Post reports that John Tejada of Cheshire, who had coachedMore >
    A former youth fencing coach faces up to four years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a high school student.More >
  • Advocates rap Danbury over deposition access

    Advocates rap Danbury over deposition access

    Monday, December 23 2013 9:05 AM EST2013-12-23 14:05:25 GMT
    First Amendment advocates are criticizing Danbury officials trying to restrict access to depositions in a federal lawsuit filed against Mayor Mark Boughton by his former executive assistant. The cityMore >
    First Amendment advocates are criticizing Danbury officials trying to restrict access to depositions in a federal lawsuit filed against Mayor Mark Boughton by his former executive assistant.More >
  • Jury rules in favor of Greenwich Hospital

    Jury rules in favor of Greenwich Hospital

    Friday, December 20 2013 6:31 AM EST2013-12-20 11:31:41 GMT
    A jury has found that Greenwich Hospital did not violate a former hospital phlebotomist's constitutional right to free speech despite her claims that she was pressured to resign after discovering contaminatedMore >
    A jury has found that Greenwich Hospital did not violate a former hospital phlebotomist's constitutional right to free speech despite her claims that she was pressured to resign after discovering contaminated blood vials in the hospital.More >
  • Student faces expulsion over threat

    Student faces expulsion over threat

    Friday, December 20 2013 6:23 AM EST2013-12-20 11:23:03 GMT
    Officials say a Bridgeport student faces expulsion after he allegedly falsely told police gunshots were filling a classroom. Police confirmed to the Connecticut Post that the call made from a cell phoneMore >
    Officials say a Bridgeport student faces expulsion after he allegedly falsely told police gunshots were filling a classroom.More >
  • Stamford student arrested for Internet photo

    Stamford student arrested for Internet photo

    Thursday, December 19 2013 8:35 AM EST2013-12-19 13:35:17 GMT
    A high school student in Stamford has been charged with voyeurism and other crimes after police say he posted a sexually explicit photo of his ex-girlfriend on the Internet. Stamford police say the 17-year-oldMore >
    A high school student in Stamford has been charged with voyeurism and other crimes after police say he posted a sexually explicit photo of his ex-girlfriend on the Internet.More >
  • Sandy hook victim helps family involved in Meriden crash

    Sandy hook victim helps family involved in Meriden crash

    Wednesday, December 11 2013 10:40 PM EST2013-12-12 03:40:58 GMT
    One grieving mother reaching out to another grieving mother. The Meriden community rallied around a local family after they lost two young children in a crash last month. On Wednesday night, helpMore >
    One grieving mother reaching out to another grieving mother. The Meriden community rallied around a local family after they lost two young children in a crash last month. On Wednesday night, help came from a mom who lost her child in the Sandy Hook tragedy.More >
  • UConn gives out first 2 Newtown scholarships

    UConn gives out first 2 Newtown scholarships

    Sunday, December 8 2013 9:14 PM EST2013-12-09 02:14:20 GMT
    The University of Connecticut has awarded the first two scholarships under a program launched to help those affected by last year's massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown. UConn spokeswomanMore >
    The University of Connecticut has awarded the first two scholarships under a program launched to help those affected by last year's massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown. UConn spokeswomanMore >
  • Local museum sells statue to launch NASA satellite

    Local museum sells statue to launch NASA satellite

    Monday, December 2 2013 11:05 AM EST2013-12-02 16:05:52 GMT
    Bridgeport's Discovery Museum and Planetarium is making a calculated trade-off as it launches a significant upgrade to its children's science education program. The 55-year-old museum is auctioning a 15-footMore >
    Bridgeport's Discovery Museum and Planetarium is making a calculated trade-off as it launches a significant upgrade to its children's science education program.More >
  • NYC train derailment is latest woe for Metro-North

    NYC train derailment is latest woe for Metro-North

    Sunday, December 1 2013 12:26 PM EST2013-12-01 17:26:45 GMT
    Sunday's crash in the Bronx is the second passenger train derailment in six months for the rail service and presents Metro-North with another problem in what has been a year plagued by safety issues. OnMore >
    Sunday's crash in the Bronx is the second passenger train derailment in six months for the rail service and presents Metro-North with another problem in what has been a year plagued by safety issues.More >
  • Conn. officials to discuss reducing violence in Bridgeport

    Conn. officials to discuss reducing violence in Bridgeport

    Tuesday, November 26 2013 3:26 AM EST2013-11-26 08:26:17 GMT
    Connecticut Mayor Dannel Malloy, Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch and other officials are set to meet to discuss efforts to reduce violence in Bridgeport and around the state. Among other local, state andMore >
    Connecticut Mayor Dannel Malloy, Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch and other officials are set to meet to discuss efforts to reduce violence in Bridgeport and around the state.More >
  • Escaped bull roams Conn. towns

    Escaped bull roams Conn. towns

    Wednesday, November 20 2013 6:35 AM EST2013-11-20 11:35:50 GMT
    Police have shot and killed a 500-pound escaped bull that roamed around Trumbull for several hours, forcing a local elementary school to keep pupils indoors until the animal left the area. The ConnecticutMore >
    Police have shot and killed a 500-pound escaped bull that roamed around Trumbull for several hours, forcing a local elementary school to keep pupils indoors until the animal left the area.More >
  • Sandy Hook group asks parents for gun solutions

    Sandy Hook group asks parents for gun solutions

    Thursday, November 14 2013 3:22 PM EST2013-11-14 20:22:52 GMT
    A grass-roots group involving several people who lost loved ones in the Newtown school shooting is launching a new campaign to address gun violence, reaching out to parents around the country after seeingMore >
    A grass-roots group involving several people who lost loved ones in the Newtown school shooting is launching a new campaign to address gun violence, reaching out to parents around the country after seeing its push for new federal legislation fall short in Washington.More >
  • Wilton woman loses arm in pit bull attack

    Wilton woman loses arm in pit bull attack

    Tuesday, November 12 2013 1:01 PM EST2013-11-12 18:01:00 GMT
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    Police say a Wilton woman lost one arm and part of another when she was attacked by her pit bull. Lt. Donald Wakeman tells the Hearst Connecticut Media Group that 65-year-old Anne Murray also had biteMore >
    Police say a Wilton woman lost one arm and part of another when she was attacked by her pit bull.More >
  • Police ID 29-year-old Shelton man fatally shot

    Police ID 29-year-old Shelton man fatally shot

    Monday, November 11 2013 8:49 AM EST2013-11-11 13:49:53 GMT
    Police have identified a 29-year-old Shelton man who was killed in a weekend shooting in Bridgeport. Justin Mariano was shot at about 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the area of East Main and Spring streets. HeMore >
    Police have identified a 29-year-old Shelton man who was killed in a weekend shooting in Bridgeport.More >
  • Suspect sues Bridgeport police over shooting

    Suspect sues Bridgeport police over shooting

    Tuesday, November 5 2013 6:11 AM EST2013-11-05 11:11:28 GMT
    A man who survived 12 gunshot wounds in a police shooting is suing two Bridgeport officers. The Connecticut Post reports the lawyer for Michael Stinson says his survival is remarkable and called the Jan.More >
    A man who survived 12 gunshot wounds in a police shooting is suing two Bridgeport officers.More >
  • Bridgeport parents say principal's discipline too light

    Bridgeport parents say principal's discipline too light

    Monday, November 4 2013 8:22 PM EST2013-11-05 01:22:11 GMT
    Bridgeport parents plan to protest what they say is a light punishment of a school principal captured on video dragging two kindergartners down a hallway. Principal Carmen Perez Dickson was suspendedMore >
    Bridgeport parents plan to protest what they say is a light punishment of a school principal captured on video dragging two kindergartners down a hallway.More >
  • Judge schedules hearing on Skakel bail arguments

    Judge schedules hearing on Skakel bail arguments

    Sunday, November 3 2013 6:17 PM EST2013-11-03 23:17:03 GMT
    A Connecticut judge has scheduled a hearing for arguments on whether he has the authority to release Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel from prison while he awaits a new trial in the 1975 slaying of neighborMore >
    A Connecticut judge has scheduled a hearing for arguments on whether he has the authority to release Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel from prison while he awaits a new trial in the 1975 slaying of neighbor Martha Moxley.More >
  • Exam cheating scandal hits Navy nuclear force

    Exam cheating scandal hits Navy nuclear force

    Wednesday, February 5 2014 4:12 AM EST2014-02-05 09:12:04 GMT
    The Navy is investigating cheating allegations against about one-fifth of its trainers at a school for naval nuclear power reactor operators. It is the second exam-cheating scandal to hit the militaryMore >
    The Navy is investigating cheating allegations against about one-fifth of its trainers at a school for naval nuclear power reactor operators.More >
  • Winter Storm Derby Storm delays start of legislative session

    Winter Storm Derby Storm delays start of legislative session

    Wednesday, February 5 2014 4:13 AM EST2014-02-05 09:13:58 GMT
    A major winter storm headed to the Northeast has prompted Connecticut's governor and legislative leaders to delay the start of the annual session of the General Assembly. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said TuesdayMore >
    A major winter storm headed to the Northeast has prompted Connecticut's governor and legislative leaders to delay the start of the annual session of the General Assembly.More >
  • Schools closed, flights cancelled

    Schools closed, flights cancelled

    Wednesday, February 5 2014 8:18 AM EST2014-02-05 13:18:53 GMT
    A winter storm packing snow, sleet and freezing rain has prompted school closings, dozens of flight cancellations and Metro-North rail service reductions in Connecticut. The National Weather Service expectsMore >
    A winter storm packing snow, sleet and freezing rain has prompted school closings, dozens of flight cancellations and Metro-North rail service reductions in Connecticut.More >
  • Army loses bid to dismiss vet's lawsuit

    Army loses bid to dismiss vet's lawsuit

    Thursday, February 6 2014 7:29 AM EST2014-02-06 12:29:59 GMT
    A federal judge in Connecticut has rejected a U.S. Army bid to dismiss a lawsuit by a Vietnam War veteran who claims he is wrongly being denied health care benefits. Judge Warren Eginton ruled TuesdayMore >
    A federal judge in Connecticut has rejected a U.S. Army bid to dismiss a lawsuit by a Vietnam War veteran who claims he is wrongly being denied health care benefits.More >
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