The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Wednesday, August 9, 2016
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ISRAEL ORTEGA (Political analyst and writer with "Opportunity Lives") The Iranian scientist executed by his own government after being convicted of spying for the U.S. seemingly was discussed in emails that crossed Hillary Clinton's private server, fueling Republican accusations about how "reckless" the former secretary of state's server set-up truly was. Iran confirmed Sunday that Shahram Amiri was hanged last week - years after he defected to the U.S.; later returned home, where he was heralded as a hero; and then was tried and convicted of spying for the U.S.

Stamford GOP State Sen. TONY HWANG Tony returned to update us on the Connecticut’s Department of Insurance taking testimony on double-digit rate increases requested by the state’s health insurers. The public can submit testimony through tomorrow.

CHRIS COPELAND *(Cyber security analyst and director of the Institute for Homeland Security, Cybercrime, and International Criminal Justice Studies at Tarleton State University in Fort Worth, TX)* Sophisticated credit card skimming devices have found inside Dallas gas pumps three times in just over a couple of weeks, authorities say. It's a new twist on an old problem. These devices were so sophisticated that credit card numbers can be downloaded remotely.

Fox News Radio's EBEN BROWN (Live from Miami) Eben had the latest federal numbers on births and deaths in the U.S. and some of the factors for birth rates are on the decline.

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