High vaccination rates could have well prevented the delta variant from taking hold. Now all bets are off, with the potential for mask mandates and other restrictions to return.
At a Wednesday’s news conference Gov. Ned Lamont and Attorney General William Tong offered assurances the money would be spent on the problem. Sounds great, but count us as skeptical.
This case is another grim reminder of workplace gun violence as a risk to anyone anywhere, and of the often underestimated dangers to working journalists.
Maintaining a commercial fishing industry is important, but so too is expansion of the renewable energy industry. Done right, both priorities can be met.
By its very nature, a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing is a strategy to force creditors, including in this case victims seeking payment of damages, to settle for less than they would otherwise be entitled.
A 'volatility cap' and sustained payments to help catch up on previously unfunded liabilities have improved the outlook and should lead to less funds being directed from other programs to pay for it.
We are especially pleased that eastern Connecticut was included in the Northeast Corridor Commission's plan.
The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act would benefit the public through the economic stability of news organizations that do their reporting, edit and fact-check their findings, and give the news context. That is trustworthy news. That is...
Governor Lamont has by and large exercised his pandemic-related emergency powers judiciously and effectively, but the state of the state is far different from the spring of 2020.
The U.S. needs to persuade a broader cross section of Americans to consider military service.
Congress is working on the largest infrastructure bill in history. Yet to be wrangled is how to pay for it.
This is an opportunity for Biden to make good on his campaign promise of restoring American leadership on the world stage.