Connecticut Nonprofit Helps Veterans and Students Dress for Success

04/03/14

Connecticut Nonprofit Helps Veterans and Students Dress for Success

The Connecticut-based nonprofit Save-A-Suit helps veterans and college students across the country gain employment by dressing them in suits for interviews.

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Russia Has a Bull's-Eye on Ukraine, Former Ambassador Says at Yale

04/03/14

Russia Has a Bull's-Eye on Ukraine, Former Ambassador Says at Yale

Former Ukrainian Ambassador Valery Kuchinsky told a Yale University audience Wednesday that Western diplomatic and economic sanctions prevented Russia from occupying other parts of his country.

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Ralph Nader Says U.S. Almost a Police State Under Obama in Yale Talk

04/02/14

Ralph Nader Says U.S. Almost a Police State Under Obama in Yale Talk

Political firebrand Ralph Nader tore into the Obama administration’s claims of transparency Tuesday at Yale University, saying government spying and unchecked executive authority leaves the U.S. teetering on the verge of being a police state.

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Milford Man Who Ran NYC Marathon After Losing His Legs Has New Book, Events

04/01/14

Milford Man Who Ran NYC Marathon After Losing His Legs Has New Book, Events

On Sunday, April 6, from 1 to 4 p.m., John Tartaglio and Andrew Chapin will sign copies of their new book “From Tragedy to Triumph,” which details how Tartaglio overcame the loss of both of his legs.

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Billy Smolinski's Family Loses Defamation Case Appeal; He Disappeared in 2004

04/01/14

Billy Smolinski's Family Loses Defamation Case Appeal; He Disappeared in 2004

The state Appellate Court has upheld a judge’s ruling that two family members of missing Waterbury man William “Billy” Smolinski Jr. should have to pay a $52,666 judgment to Smolinski’s former girlfriend.

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