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Salvage crews are working against time to right and remove the shipwrecked Costa Concordia cruise ship, which is steadily compressing down on itself from sheer weight onto its granite seabed perch off the Tuscan island of Giglio. Salvage master Nick Sloane said Monday that the Concordia has compressed some 3 meters (10 feet) since it came to rest on the rocks Jan. 13, 2012 after ramming a jagged reef during a stunt ordered by the captain that cost the lives of 32 people.
Members of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance marched to protest the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, on April 22, 2014
(Peter Hvizdak – New Haven Register) Quinnipiac University students model dresses using recycled materials du
People across the globe hold events to celebrate the Earth's environment and spread awareness on how to conserve it
West Haven Mayor Ed O’Brien along with city officials and the West Haven Business Association kicked off an a
Vehicles on display during the "Auto China 2014" Beijing International Automotive Exhibition in Beijing on April 21
Mara Lavitt — New Haven Register April 21, 2014 Ansonia The Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation is funding a mural for t