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Davis Dunavin / WSHU

Between one and two thousand people marched for science in New Haven on Saturday. Among them were a lot of professional scientists, including Yale faculty members.

Father Of MS-13 Victim Running For School Board

Apr 24, 2017
Mike Balsamo / AP

Most of the victims of the suspected MS-13 gang murders in Brentwood and Central Islip have been high school students. Now, a father of one of the victims hopes to make a change by running for a position on the school board.

Evan Vucci / AP

Two dozen mental health professionals met for the first time at Yale Medical School Thursday to analyze President Donald Trump. 

Jessica Hill / AP

In Connecticut, a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump has launched an unconventional campaign to be governor of the state. Joe Visconti wants to be the GOP’s nominee for Connecticut governor in 2018 without going to the party convention.

Brutal Gang Murders Devastate Long Island, Draw Federal Attention

Apr 20, 2017
Frank Eltman / AP

A Long Island community is on edge as it mourns the death of four teenage boys. Police found the bodies of Jorge Tigre and Michael Banegas last week near a community park in Central Islip. Police say the brutal manner in which the boys were killed are consistent with the style of MS-13 murders.   

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