The rapid evolution of the newspaper industry

Newspapers are leveraging technology and audience data more than ever to create new content, products and services that attract audiences and advertisers.

95 years ago women gained the vote

The fact so many don't bother voting is a sad commentary on the status of our democracy.

Dump the Trump? Not so fast, losers

Another reason Trump will be with us for the long run is the Washington and media elite, who for far too long have covered politics from a philosophical position that has them stuck in their own Private Idaho.

What makes New London High and its students special

When you ask alumni or students today why they love being a Whaler, they say that students are accepted for who they are.

Internal controls needed at Comptroller’s Office

The comptroller is responsible of all of the accounting oversight. Lembo cannot pick and choose which areas will have appropriate oversight.

To curb domestic violence, teach boys the right lessons

We are failing our boys by telling them to be tough and strong and to prove their manhood by dominating others.

The environmental illusionists

The best way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is to conserve energy, not rely on alternatives to fossil fuel.

Obama didn't kill coal; the market did

Critics of the Environmental Protection Agency's new Clean Power Plan are describing it in apocalyptic terms. But much of what they believe about the plan — that it will destroy the coal industry, kill jobs and raise costs for consumers...


New test scores a needed reality check for Connecticut

The new test scores suggest expectations for our students were being set too low.

Next for Sound View? Restrooms, please

Welcomed improvements are anticipated for the Old Lyme beach community, but giving people a place to go, so to speak, is also needed.

Limiting gun access

Every conflict, from the mundane to the serious — not just domestic disputes and robberies, but traffic altercations and bar fights —...


GOP confronts reality Trump could win

That jolt you felt Thursday morning wasn’t an earthquake, it was the detonation of the Quinnipiac bomb.

Government jobs invested in manufacturing poverty

Where are all this poverty and child neglect coming from and how can they be reversed? Why do so many kids today have poor parents or none at all?

Krauthammer was right, Obama was transformative

Obama became president "to do something" and he certainly has.