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In her first television ad in the runoff for mayor or Los Angeles, Wendy Greuel describes how gun violence has affected her and other Americans and promises Angelenos, “I’ll work so this never touches your life.” Greuel uses the 30-...
Last year, it was 89 degrees. Today, it's 50 degrees cooler. It's perfect weather for the 117th running of the Boston Marathon, the annual 26.2-mile Patriots Day trek from Hopkinton to Boston. Last year, about 2,500 runners ended up in the medical...
Tags: Manchester Road Race, Running, Ryan Hall, Road Running, Sports
Even as Congress prepares to debate new gun legislation, New York’s tougher gun control provisions became effective on Monday, the latest example of how the issue has broadened into a battle on the state as well as federal level. In the wake of...
BOSTON (AP) -- Authorities say bombs that exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon have killed two people and injured more than 120. Eight hospitals report that they are treating at least 124 people. Of those, at least 15 are in critical...
Channel Guide MagazineNASCAR NRA 500 Saturday, April 13, on FOX has NASCAR stars under the lights at Texas Motor Speedway for a prime-time race. NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series stars go under the lights in this prime-time race at Texas Motor Speedway for the NRA 500 on...
The Hartford CourantMore than 40 charitable groups, many formed following the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, have collected nearly $20.4 million since the Dec. 14 shooting, with about 15 percent of the money being distributed, the attorney general's office said...
Tags: United Way , Consumers, Human Interest, Shootings, Social Services
The Hartford CourantFacing criticism for acting too slowly, the board overseeing the largest fund created after the Dec. 14 shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary school announced Tuesday that it will provide $4 million to 40 families affected by the massacre. The...
The Hartford CourantIt is ironic the current push in the General Assembly to restrict public access to death certificates is the result of the mass murder at Newtown's Sandy Hook Elementary School in December. That's because nearly a century ago it was death certificates...
WASHINGTON — In a lopsided vote, the Senate launched a debate Thursday over the most significant gun legislation in more than a decade, setting up a contest that could last weeks between reinvigorated advocates for stricter laws and conservatives...
Clout StreetSPRINGFIELD — Gov. Pat Quinn rallied today with pro-gun control forces on the Capitol’s front lawn, saying Illinois needs tougher gun laws because he’s “tired of going to funerals.” Standing before the showcase statue of...
Tags: Gun Control, Executive Branch, Health, Pat Quinn, Politics
WASHINGTON – The Senate crossed the first of many hurdles Thursday in the drive to pass new gun legislation, with a bipartisan vote to begin what could be weeks of debate on the issue. By a 68-31 margin, senators moved to open formal consideration...
The Hartford CourantConnecticut's chief medical examiner has fired a state employee who let her husband view the body of mass killer Adam Lanza in the morgue two days after the Dec. 14 Newtown school massacre, The Courant has learned. The employee, Jean Henry, was...
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