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  • HIV's infection tactics could guide AIDS vaccine, study finds

    HIV's infection tactics could guide AIDS vaccine, study finds
    New research that sheds light on the methods and machinery used by HIV to infect cells provides insight into the tricky virus that potentially could guide the development of a vaccine against the virus that causes AIDS, according to U.S. government and...
  • Two years after Sandy Hook, schools aren't safer

    Two years after Sandy Hook, schools aren't safer
    Two years after the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., it's tempting to think of the horrific incident as a remote, rare event, unlikely to ever hit home. That would be naive. There have been two gun-related incidents in my...
  • New surgeon general approved despite remarks on guns, contraception

    New surgeon general approved despite remarks on guns, contraception
    Overruling the objections of gun-rights advocates, the U.S. Senate on Monday confirmed Dr. Vivek Murthy, a British-born, American-educated internal medicine specialist, to become the 19th surgeon general of the United States. The 51-43 vote makes...
  • Here's how to determine if that charity is worth your dollars

    Here's how to determine if that charity is worth your dollars
    When my sister and I were children and flew to summer camp together, our mother always asked us to call her once we arrived to let her know we landed safely. When we got older, my sister and I put our own twist on this practice: If my sister was giving me...
  • Regional Digest: Southington Football Team Honored By Walter Camp

    Southington Football Team Honored By Walter Camp The Southington Blue Knights, the No. 1 team in the state's high school football season-ending polls, is the Walter Camp Football Foundation's choice to receive the Joseph W. Kelly Award, which is awarded...
  • Regional Digest: TCU's Patterson Named Camp Coach Of Year

    TCU's Patterson Named Camp Coach Of Year Gary Patterson, head coach of the TCU Horned Frogs, has been named the Walter Camp Coach of the Year by a vote of the nation's 125 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors....
  • Smart decision by Sony to drop 'The Interview'

    Smart decision by Sony to drop 'The Interview'
    The decision by Sony Pictures to cancel the Christmas Day opening of "The Interview," a raunchy comedy in which two American journalists try to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has brought the company in for some hard knocks. Former House...
  • Unbroken film seeking local stories of survival to share globally

    Unbroken film seeking local stories of survival to share globally
    "Unbroken" will hit theaters nationwide Christmas Day, Dec. 25. The inspiring film directed by Angelina Jolie tells the true story of Olympian and war hero Louis "Louie" Zamperini who lived in a raft for 47 days with two other survivors after a near-fatal...
  • UNH Student Who Brought Guns To Campus Sentenced To 2 Years

    UNH Student Who Brought Guns To Campus Sentenced To 2 Years
    MILFORD — Before a Superior Court judge sentenced William Dong to two years in prison Friday, the former University of New Haven student had a chance to explain why he brought rounds of ammunition and firearms — including an illegal Bushmaster...
  • How Black Men Are Perceived As Pit Bulls

    How Black Men Are Perceived As Pit Bulls
    We are the pit bull that is seen with wary eyes; if we come too close, then it's goodbye. Regardless of whether we are calm, courteous and nonthreatening in demeanor, we are deemed suspicious and dangerous, which makes it justifiable to put us down with a...
  • With so many laws, we could all be felons

    With so many laws, we could all be felons
    On the opening day of law school at Yale, I always counsel my first-year students never to support a law they are not willing to kill to enforce. Usually they greet this advice with something between skepticism and puzzlement, until I remind them that the...