Watch Live: Democrats Hold Final Day Of Arguments Before Trump Team's Turn

House Democrats on Friday are launching their third and final day of opening arguments that President Trump should be convicted and removed from office. The president's lawyers will have a turn to lay out the case for acquittal this weekend. Watch Friday's proceedings live here . The House passed two articles of impeachment against Trump in December: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Democratic impeachment managers plan to focus on obstruction on Friday, after looking at abuse of...

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Connecticut Democrats To Try Again For Marijuana Legalization

Connecticut Democrats say the legalization of the sale of marijuana for recreational use by adults is on their agenda for the upcoming legislative session.

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Haskell Proposes Bill Mandating Students Complete College Aid Forms

Connecticut State Senator Will Haskell of Westport says some high school seniors and their families lose out on as much as $6,000 a year in federal student aid.

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Golem, created by Highwire Games and released in November, has been one of the most-anticipated VR games in recent years. The game puts the player in the world as the younger child of a family who live near a huge ruined city filled with treasures and populated by massive golems. With a special artifact, the children are able to inhabit a golem themselves and explore the city.

Rep Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the lead House impeachment manager, said Wednesday, "We're trying this case to two juries: the Senate and the American people."

It's not just the prosecutors who are approaching the Senate trial as having two distinct audiences.

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There are eight fiscally stressed school districts on Long Island. That’s according to a report released Thursday by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.

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An Eastern Connecticut State University student was found dead in his vehicle on campus late Wednesday night.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority spent nearly $1.3 billion on overtime payments last year. That’s after officials sought to reduce overtime costs with timekeeping upgrades.

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The gun-rights group 2AWNY wants New York public schools to spend more time teaching the Second Amendment in class.

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A new survey of New York voters shows that most people say a new law that eliminates cash bail for certain misdemeanors and nonviolent felonies is bad for the state.

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Senate Democratic leaders in Connecticut have introduced their criminal justice priorities for the new legislative session.  

Mandating The HPV Vaccine

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Bills working their way through the Connecticut and New York state legislatures would mandate that children entering 9th grade and 7th grade, respectively, get an HPV vaccination. We’ll discuss why some parents and school districts object, with guests:

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Residents in East Quogue will now be able to access the town of Southampton’s public water supply, after dozens of private wells showed signs of contamination from toxic chemicals like PFOS.   

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