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Connecticut lawmakers to revisit highway tolls at hearing

State lawmakers are revisiting whether to install electronic tolls on Connecticut highways. The General Assembly's Transportation Committee will hold a public hearing Monday on several bills that would require the … Click to Continu...

Idaho dairy eyed after residents discover tainted water

State officials are investigating claims that a south-central Idaho dairy pumped manure into a canal, and tests are being conducted on water coming from faucets in nearby homes where residents … Click to Continue »

Check Out Wacky Foodie City Ratings, as Americans Spend More Money on Restaurants Than on Groceries

39 minutes agoNews / Independent News : AlterNet

Click here for reuse options! Survey thinks that Orlando is the best city for eating out—but hmm, NYC and LA ranked #54 and #53. Since the late '90s, spending at restaurants has slowly chased the amounts we spend at the supermarket. Finally, in June 2015, U.S. Show More Summary

Santorum Insults Americans Who Are Sick: 'Millions with Preexisting Conditions Are Scammers Stealing Health Care'

39 minutes agoNews / Independent News : AlterNet

Click here for reuse options! Santorum offered no evidence to back up his claim, however. CNN contributor Rick Santorum insulted millions of sick Americans on Sunday by suggesting it was a mistake to guarantee health care coverage for people with preexisting conditions. Show More Summary

5 Looks We Loved from Milan Fashion Week: Day 4

42 minutes agoLifestyle / Fashion : Fashionista

Ciao, Milano! Fashion month is in full swing, and we're racing to keep up at Milan Fashion Week. Read on for the looks we loved from the runways on day four, and click here for even more reviews from the season.Bottega VenetaGiven the current political climate, is now the time to reconsider the... Continue reading

Women of America: We're Going on Strike—Join Us So Trump Will See Our Power

42 minutes agoNews / Independent News : AlterNet

Click here for reuse options! The "lean-in" variety of feminism won’t defeat this administration, but a mobilization of the 99% will. On March 8 we will take to the streets. The massive women’s marches of 21 January may mark the beginning of a new wave of militant feminist struggle. Show More Summary

Click image for 981 x 1267 size. Gerard Terborch [Dutch Baroque...

47 minutes agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

Click image for 981 x 1267 size. Gerard Terborch [Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1617-1681]. Scanned from the book “Obras-Primas da Pintura Ocidental”, Taschen. Oil on pannel, 25,5 X 20 cm. Gerard Terborch, The Card Players, 1650.

Sunday Comics: A Wild Yungoos Appeared!

55 minutes agoEntertainment / Video Games : Kotaku

Welcome to Kotaku’s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics that usually occurs on Sunday except when it doesn’t. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon. Read more...

Breastfeeding debate, money-management issues coming up

Nevada lawmakers will tackle higher stacks of bills and a faster pace in the fourth week of the session. The full Senate will move toward a vote on the Equal … Click to Continue »

Downturn in farm economy complicating new Farm Bill efforts

As the elder statesman from an agricultural state, U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts has worked on crafting seven farm bills. But it is with some trepidation that the work begins to … Click to Continue »

Oklahoma bill would leave Sunday liquor decision to counties

Legislation in the Oklahoma Senate would allow voters in each of the state's 77 counties to decide whether liquor can be sold on Sunday. The bill by Sen Stephanie Bice, … Click to Continue »

Christie: No need for special prosecutor on Trump, Russia

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie does not believe a special prosecutor is needed to investigate alleged Russian meddling in the presidential election. Speaking Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," … Click to Continue »

Town hall protest organizer connects with GOP congressman

A protest organizer seeking a town hall with Rep. Ken Buck is working with the Republican congressman on setting up a meeting. The Daily Camera reports (http://bit.ly/2ldBM3X) hundreds of people … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Representative calls for unity among opposition

The Latest on developments in Syria and at the Geneva talks (all times local): 8:50 p.m. A representative of the Moscow-backed Syria opposition says opposition groups need to form a … Click to Continue »

Wrong statements by lawmaker on solar energy stir backlash

The third-ranking state Senate Republican wrongly said that an Indiana financial incentive for installing solar panels would disappear unless lawmakers supported his bill to revamp it. At least one lawmaker … Click to Continue »

Trump’s pick for commerce leaves Russia questions unanswered

Wilbur Ross is likely to be confirmed as Donald Trump’s secretary of commerce on Monday despite unanswered questions about his ownership of a Cyprus bank that caters to wealthy Russians. … Click to Continue »

Iraq: Police Commandos recapture new neighborhood in Mosul

Iraqi militarized police captured a neighborhood on the western side of Mosul on Sunday amid fierce clashes with Islamic State militants, as thousands of people continued to flee the battle … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Malaysia: Poison killed Kim within 20 minutes

The Latest on Malaysia's investigation into the apparent assassination of the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (all times local): 6 p.m. Malaysia's health minister says the … Click to Continue »

Protests erupt after Kyrgyzstan arrests opposition leader

Kyrgyzstan has detained a prominent opposition leader on charges of fraud and corruption, claims that his supporters say are politically motivated. A press representative of the State Committee for National … Click to Continue »

5 Distinct Ways the Trump Presidency is Rotting Americans' Brains

Click here for reuse options! Democracy isn't the only thing at risk from this administration. Thirty years ago one of the most famous public service announcement ad campaigns was launched. “This Is Your Brain on Drugs” featured a man asking the audience if they understood the dangers of drug use. Show More Summary

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