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  • Summer Deals on the CT Dino Trail

    Summer Deals on the CT Dino Trail
    Local families are invited to visit the four stops on the Connecticut Dinosaur Trail this summer with the Dino Trail Passport which allows admission to all attractions with one cost-effective ticket. The Dino Trail includes the Connecticut Science Center,...
  • U.S. Postal Service says it was hacked

    U.S. Postal Service says it was hacked
    The U.S. Postal Service said Monday that it was hacked and employee information, including Social Security numbers, may have been stolen. The Postal Service did not say who was suspected of breaking into its systems. It called the breach “...
  • Goya offers $20,000 culinary arts scholarship to students nationwide

    Goya offers $20,000 culinary arts scholarship to students nationwide
    Goya offers $20,000 culinary arts scholarship to students nationwide. America's largest Hispanic-owned food company will offer the grants to four students entering their freshman year of college to obtain their first undergraduate degree in culinary...
  • Your visa for China soon will be valid for 10 years

    Your visa for China soon will be valid for 10 years
    Good news for travelers to (and from) China: The U.S. and China have agreed to issue tourist and business visas that will be valid for 10 years, President Obama announced Monday. The reciprocal policy extending the validity of visas goes into effect...
  • Obama exercises his powers on Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation trip

    Obama exercises his powers on Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation trip
    With the efficacy of his presidency in question, President Obama began a weeklong trip to Asia and Australia seemingly bent on demonstrating the tools still at his disposal. Within hours of landing in China on Monday for an economic summit, Obama took...
  • China's president defends refusal of visas for foreign correspondents

    China's president defends refusal of visas for foreign correspondents
    Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday that foreign journalists who have had trouble obtaining or renewing their Chinese visas might be the cause of their own problems and that media outlets operating in China “need to obey China’s laws...
  • U.S. Embassy warns of crime on the rise in the Bahamas

     U.S. Embassy warns of crime on the rise in the Bahamas
    Bahamas: The U.S. Embassy in Nassau released an advisory warning of increased crime across the country. Most notable were the sexual assaults of at least three American women by water scooter operators on Paradise Island in recent months. In addition to...
  • These are nationally available credit cards offering the lowest interest rates on purchases as of Nov. 13. If you typically

    pay off the entire balance monthly, look for a zero-annual fee card that allows the most interest-free or grace days. Some cards listed below feature special introductory or "teaser" rates for a specified time before regular rates apply. Additional...
  • Americans say they've lost control over personal data, Pew study finds

    Americans say they've lost control over personal data, Pew study finds
    Americans overwhelmingly feel they have lost control over their personal information, with a majority concerned about monitoring of their communications by the government and businesses, a new Pew Research Center survey finds. The research, published...
  • Hartford Registrar Cites Multiple Problems Leading To Election Day

    Hartford Registrar Cites Multiple Problems Leading To Election Day
    HARTFORD — A city registrar said Election Day issues with voter registration lists were caused by "human error" and acknowledged that the office fell behind on routine tasks, causing the lists to arrive late at polling places. "I trusted that...
  • A lethargic electorate stuck in place

    WASHINGTON -- For all the millions spent on advertising in both parties for the midterm elections, voter turnout was the lowest since World War II, according to the U.S. Elections Project at the University of Florida. The deplorable news only...