"What I hope we can do this week is pull the Coast Guard out of this mess," Murphy said. "We have legislation that would say that the people who protect us in the Coast Guard should be treated like the rest of the military who are getting paid during this shutdown."
The Archdiocese of Hartford on Tuesday released a list of 48 priests that have been “credibly accused” of sexual assault or been the subject of legal settlements, including six who served in or were members of the Norwich Diocese.
When the USA Northeast Jesuit Province released a list last week of 50 Northeast priests “credibly accused” of sexually assaulting minors since 1950, Rev. Eugene Orteneau was not listed as serving at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Storrs.
If a Mueller report concludes the Trump/Pence campaign illegally conspired with Russia to influence the 2016 election, couldn't that make both the president and vice president illegitimate officeholders?
A heating unit failed in the building housing the city planning, building and housing inspectors and community development offices.
Mark Capasso Jr. testified last week that he was trying to bring attention to his claim that his ex-wife kidnapped their daughter with the assistance of Chinese authorities.
The Connecticut Association of Boards of Education met with The Day editorial board on Tuesday.
Google is hosting a free, day-long digital skills training session at New London Public Library on Feb. 15.
Trump's wall could leave hundreds of Kelos at risk of losing their property — vastly more than in Kelo.