Huge crowd at Polish shrine hears pope hail their faith

Pope Francis, at a shrine cherished by Poles, has drawn huge crowds

Navajo Nation leader wants action against sexual harassment

The only female delegate to the Navajo Nation Council says she's been subject to sexist comments in that role and little is being done to change a culture of sexual harassment at the top level of tribal government

Charges dropped against man accused of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy

Babs Proller met the man when she was living in a Maryland hotel. He had helped the local actress carry her dog, Buddy, to her fourth-floor room, and over the course of several days in early July, the two neighbors became friendly.

FBI probes suspected breach of DCCC computers by Russian hackers

The FBI is investigating a major breach by Russian government hackers of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's computer systems, according to individuals familiar with the matter.


New London holds frank discussion on police-community relations

In was the frank assessment shared by police officers and community members alike Thursday during a panel discussion, mediated by Channel 3 New’s Kevin Hogan and hosted by the City Council and Mayor Michael Passero, that touched on everything...

Local group contributing to increase in number of refugees settling in Connecticut

A New London-based humanitarian group is contributing to a major spike this year in the number of refugees being welcomed into Connecticut.

Family, friends, welcome USS Virginia crew home

The USS Virginia and its crew of 132 sailors arrived home Thursday to the Naval Submarine Base in Groton after a six-month deployment.



Connecticut Dems conspire against better health care

A sharp divide has opened between Republicans and Democrats over allowing local hospitals to become...


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Mass. police rally as mayor says Black Lives Matter banner stays

About 50 police officers and their supporters have rallied to complain about a Black Lives Matter banner hanging outside a suburban Boston city hall

Massachusetts Gov. Baker vetoes Lyme disease bill, files his own version

Gov. Charlie Baker has vetoed a bill that would have required health insurers to cover the costs of a certain drug treatment for chronic Lyme disease