Women find their niche in law enforcement

Women find their niche in law enforcement

Women in law enforcement have made great strides over the past 30 years, but challenges remain.

State's attorney rules New London police use of force 'appropriate' in death of Lashano Gilbert

New London State's Attorney Michael L. Regan has found that several New London police officers were justified in their use of force when trying to subdue Lashano Gilbert who died Oct. 4 while en route from the police department to the hospital.

Judge orders clerk in Kentucky gay marriage case to jail

U.S. District Judge David Bunning told Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis she would be jailed until she complied with his order to issue the licenses. Davis said "thank you" before she was led out of the courtroom by a U.S. marshal. She was not in handcuffs.

Attorney Matthew Shafner, legal champion of working people, dead at 80

Attorney Matthew Shafner of Groton, a legal giant and humanitarian who broke new ground with asbestos, maritime injury and workers compensation cases, died Thursday morning.

Stonington teen found guilty in New Hampshire assault

A Stonington teen was found guilty last month in a Concord, New Hampshire courtroom to assaulting his former girlfriend earlier this year.

UPDATED: Judge lets Brady play, ruling against NFL in 'Deflategate'; NFL promises appeal

A federal judge deflated "Deflategate" Thursday, erasing New England quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for a controversy that the NFL claimed threatened football's integrity. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league will appeal.

OPINION

Sanders and Trump unrealistic visionaries

Visit your library to avoid DMV lines

Give peace a chance by backing Iran deal

Upset with candidate's anti-union rant

Collins and Choiniere want to sell news

Funding Coast Guard

With Russia intent on exploiting changes that are opening new shipping lanes and access to natural resources across what were once permanently frozen areas, the United States cannot afford to sit by passively.

So long, Mt. McKinley

There are plenty of ways to honor McKinley, but any such honors ought to relate to his life and work.

Give manual shifters some room please!

Poor traffic control after bad I-95 crash

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