Putin's plan is either to serve as the great reconciler in the Middle East or to put his own people in charge when all the combatant sides have mortally wounded each other.
Eroding gay rights, ending protections for Dreamers and underming Roe v. Wade won't help Republican prospects in 2020, that is for sure.
Covering a $3.6 million funding gap will require an awful lot of whittling. East Lyme police officers and the public they serve deserve a quality public safety facility, not some bargain-basement facsimile.
The steps taken in Waterford are modest and reasonable, sending a signal that the community wants to work with, not against, the interest of these fire companies.
With $100 million in state matching funds being promised, the public has the right to learn more about the ideas and plans for spending it to improve education.
The crash at Bradley killed seven people. It also destroyed one more vintage aircraft. Is it wise to fly the few remaining planes at the risk of losing them?
The mayor handed his opponent an issue. Whoever wins the Nov. 5 election should never again allow a project to so dramatically expand without bringing it back to the council.
Abandoning this ally to a potential slaughter by a much stronger opponent is morally wrong. It also happens to be a terrible foreign policy and military decision.
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