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The former Yale University dining hall worker who resigned after smashing a stained-glass window depicting slaves is asking for his job back.

Dozens Of Wrestlers Sue WWE Over Brain Injuries

Jul 19, 2016
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More than 50 professional wrestlers are suing their former employer, World Wrestling Entertainment. They say years of head injuries in the ring have left them with long-term neurological damage.

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Connecticut has agreed to spend $300,000 to match a federal grant to study the implementation of a mileage tax. It’s one of five states partnering with the federal government on the pilot study.   

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Federal officials say Long Island has eliminated chronic homelessness among veterans. That means there is a system in place to permanently house all known and future homeless veterans.

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China’s Olympic swim team is training for the upcoming Rio 2016 Summer Olympics in a facility in Norwalk, Connecticut, called Swim Seventy.