A few years ago it would have seemed impossible that a bill aimed at reducing incarceration would win bipartisan support.
The governor should concede more than just a few small hospitals were hurt by his unilateral budget cuts.
Were secret service agents blatantly violating privacy laws with the hopes of embarrassing a foe?
Hillary Clinton's change of heart on the TPP seems to have everything to do with the political challenge posed by Bernie Sanders.
While Sen. Murphy may have come on too strong in his recent statement about gun control, it was delivered out of an understandable sense of frustration.
There is the potential that Congress will kill the deal based on politics, not sound policy.
There is a tendency in any organization to cover mistakes and twist information to avoid hard truths that can end careers. The U.S. military cannot allow that to happen.
Given the past history and the potential for future controversy, the Seaside saga is probably long from over.
Whether local public attention to nuclear energy waxed or waned, Bill Sheehan's seriousness of purpose was always steadfast. He represented the public's best interest and strived to ensure the nuclear plants operate safely and effectively.
There are many problems with local ethics panels that a regional approach could solve.
Ever since Sandy Hook this nation has been shaken by shooting sprees, yet lawmakers stubbornly refuse to pass reasonable gun controls.
It appears the governor acted too quickly to get the cuts he wanted and which he could not get passed by the legislature.