The Latest: Fiorina drops out; Clinton questions Sanders' record on race

Marco Rubio says his campaign is moving into a more aggressive phase after a disappointing finish in New Hampshire

AP Source: Christie expected to end 2016 White House bid

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected to drop out of the 2016 race for the White House after finishing sixth in the New Hampshire primary

Water expert rejects explanation on Flint corrosion control

A water expert is dismissing a Flint official's explanation of why corrosion controls weren't added to the Flint River

Turkish leaders lash out at U.N. demands to open border

Turkey's leaders have lashed out at those pressing the country to open its borders to thousands more Syrian refugees, accusing them of failing to shoulder the responsibility or to stop Russian bombings that have triggered the exodus


Resurfacing construction on I-95 to last until at least September 2017

Those who drive Interstate 95 from the Raymond E. Baldwin Bridge to the Interstate 395 exchange will be dealing with construction there until at least September of 2017, according to state DOT officials.

Dredging keeps docks, channels open, but disposal can be a problem

The Pine Island Marina project illustrates not only why dredging is needed to keep Long Island Sound’s harbors, channels and marinas open for boating, but also what’s involved in finding a place for the dug-up material.

Norwich retains favorable bond rating

The city retained its favorable AA bond rating this week by Standard & Poor’s rating service, which gave the city a stable outlook, citing its strong financial management amid a poor local economy.



Malloy, Wyman, Murphy, Blumenthal, Courtney, DeLauro, Esty et al got Berned

Connecticut's Democratic establishment all campaigned for Clinton in New Hampshire.


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Third man charged in Hartford sex trafficking case

A third man has been charged in connection with a sex trafficking investigation involving an 18-year-old woman who was held against her will, physically abused and forced into prostitution

Lawmakers mull changes at Connecticut DMV to improve service

Lawmakers and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy are looking at ways to improve service at the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles following a year of backlogs and long lines stemming from a computer overhaul