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  • 'How We Die' author Sherwin B. Nuland dies at 83

    Sherwin B. Nuland, physician and author of the book "How We Die," died Monday at his home in Hamden, Conn., at age 83. He had been afflicted with prostate cancer, his daughter Amelia Nuland said. An unsentimental and bracing look at death, "How We Die"...
  • Woody Allen Responds: 'I Did Not Molest Dylan'

    In an open letter to the New York Times, which will appear in the paper's Sunday Review, Woody Allen has responded to the 1992 molestation allegations from his ex-partner Mia Farrow and their children Ronan and Dylan Farrow. Read his full response below:...
  • Dylan Farrow speaks out about abuse accusations against Woody Allen

    Dylan Farrow speaks out about abuse accusations against Woody Allen
    Woody Allen's adopted daughter Dylan Farrow on Saturday repeated — and elaborated on — her assertion that the filmmaker sexually assaulted her when she was a child. Farrow's open letter, published on the New York Times website, is part of...
  • Crime & Punishment: Log Flume-Based Discrimination

    Crime & Punishment: Log Flume-Based Discrimination
    A 52-year-old New Haven man, whose life's passion is riding the log-like flume rides in water parks, is suing Six Flags after the company banned him from its 18 locations for life. Jay Marc Harris, known as "Flumie" and "Flume Dog" to his friends...
  • Thousands Visit Health Website On Obamacare's First Day

    Connecticut's new health exchange opened for business Tuesday despite some confusion caused by a partial shutdown of the federal government. The new marketplace processed 167 applications Tuesday — 83 for subsidized purchases of commercial...
  • Accelerated Radiation: Some Doctors Want More Evidence It Works

    For breast cancer patients who need radiation therapy, the option to reduce its duration from about seven weeks to five days can be appealing. Accelerated radiation, in various forms, has been in use for nearly 10 years. While some physicians are...
  • Crime & Punishment: People Who Shot Themselves

    Crime & Punishment: People Who Shot Themselves
    The Connecticut Department of Corrections claims the right to ban violent, sexually explicit or otherwise objectionable books and magazines from prison libraries if they do not have any "redeeming literary, educational or scientific value." Last month,...
  • New Haven Open Attendance Remains An Issue

     Attendance was down again at the New Haven Open tennis tournament, by 7,208 fans, but tournament director Anne Worcester said paid attendance was up.     "Our ticket revenues are up every day but one day, when it rained Thursday," Worcester said. "We...
  • Patients may need better info when leaving hospitals

    Patients may need better info when leaving hospitals
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Older patients may think they understand everything doctors tell them when they are released from the hospital, but a new U.S. study found several gaps in what they remember and areas where instructions could be clearer. Out...
  • Fellow Officer Gives Gift Of Life

    Donating a kidney is not particularly rare: About 6,000 Americans a year volunteer to give one of their kidneys to someone whose own organs have failed or are about to. Still, each donation is a testament to something more than kindness or friendship:...
  • Connecticut Plane Crashes Since 2008

    Connecticut Plane Crashes Since 2008
    Aug. 9, 2013, New Haven: A Rockwell International Turbo Commander 690B crashes into two houses on approach to Tweed-New Haven Airport, killing at least two people. June 23, 2013, Ellington: Adam Curtis, 52, of Enfield, died when his ultralight, one-...