Associated Press

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The U.S. Attorney’s Office says that a Greece, New York, man has been charged with threatening to kill Senator Chuck Schumer and California Congressman Adam Schiff.

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The Connecticut General Assembly hearing on the proposal to eliminate the religious exemption for childhood vaccines lasted for almost 24 hours this week.

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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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A man was killed by Waterbury police Monday while officers were checking out a report of a bullet being shot through two homes’ common wall, Chief Fernando C. Spagnolo said.

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A man was fatally shot by Connecticut State Police on Wednesday night after a reported carjacking, officials said.

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