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Recent articles by Jordan:

Monkeypox in kids: How prepared is Connecticut?

There have been several exposures to monkeypox in children nationwide, but the vaccine is... → Read More

Alex Jones' Sandy Hook defamation trial, explained by an attorney

A law expert shares his opinion on the emotional testimony by the Sandy Hook parents, the revelation about Jones' cellphone, tension between the lawyers and a number of times the judge rebuked the InfoWars host. → Read More

Alex Jones Sandy Hook defamation damages trial in Texas: 5 things to know so far

Alex Jones, as well as Sandy Hook parents Scarlett Lewis and Neil Heslin, have testified in the Infowars host's trial in Texas. Here are five things to know. → Read More

Sandy Hook families say Alex Jones’ company ‘fabricated’ debt in bankruptcy filing

Attorneys for Sandy Hook parents say Infowars host Alex Jones is playing a complex financial game to avoid paying any damages for defamation. → Read More

Jury selection to start in CT Sandy Hook damages trial, despite Alex Jones’ company’s bankruptcy

A judge has ruled that a Connecticut case to determine how much Infowars host owes Sandy Hook families for defamation won’t be stalled by a bankruptcy filing. → Read More

Alex Jones Sandy Hook defamation damages trial will set precedent, experts say: ‘Do facts matter?’

A Texas jury is being asked to determine how much Alex Jones will pay for defamation after claiming for years that the Sandy Hook massacre was a “hoax.” → Read More

Alex Jones’ ‘medical issues’ may prevent him from attending ‘parts of’ Sandy Hook trial in Texas

Alex Jones is not required to appear during the jury trial in Texas, which will determine how much the Infowars host owes to the parents of Jesse Lewis. → Read More

One CT’s man’s quest: Convince elected officials to invest in lab-grown meat

For months, Jon Hochschartner has protested alone outside the Hartford offices of U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, seeking increased funding for cultured meat. → Read More

For 500 days, a Connecticut patient has had COVID

Researchers studied a patient that was COVID-positive for 500 days, and spawned three... → Read More

Why doesn’t CT have monkeypox vaccines? It’s complicated

There were 11 cases of monkeypox reported in Connecticut as of July 14. Jynneos is the preferred vaccine, but the state has a stockpile of the ACAM2000 vaccine. → Read More

‘Politics got in the way of public health’: Experts question if CT is losing battle against COVID

With the days of following the science long past, the gap between how medical experts see... → Read More

How proximity to CT highways affects home values and divides communities

Research from the University of Connecticut shows a correlation between the proximity to... → Read More

CT attorney general vows to fight anti-abortion states ‘with every legal tool’

Tong said he will “resist any attempt” from an anti-abortion state to prosecute a... → Read More

‘Significant rise in white supremacist propaganda’ in CT, experts say

There have been flyers with white supremacist propaganda distributed in 15 Connecticut towns in recent months, most recently in Berlin. → Read More

Monkeypox: Six things to know about the outbreak after first CT case detected

Here are six things to know about the monkeypox outbreak in the United States. → Read More

CT seems to be bucking national trend of Democrats becoming Republicans

Nationally, the Associated Press finds a shift of a million Democrats who have joined the Republican Party, creating a big problem for Democrats in upcoming elections. → Read More

People seeking abortions in CT could face charges in their home states

Connecticut’s safe harbor law will not prevent extradition to another state if a woman... → Read More

Their lives changed, COVID long haulers find ‘family’ at support group

Some patients experience severe COVID symptoms years after the acute infection is cured.... → Read More

Antisemitism ‘normalized’ in CT and beyond, Jewish leaders say

The alleged perpetrator of a race-driven massacre in Buffalo wrote that Jews were... → Read More

CT senators ‘hopeful’ for bipartisan deal on gun control

U.S. Senators Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy of Connecticut said they’re seeing... → Read More