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Can Lamont contain State Pier corruption until the fall election?

The state continues to spend millions of dollars on a remake of State Pier, even as a federal...


Asjha Jones: All hail the CT Sun's 'marble pillar'

Asjha Jones rightfully immortalized as a CT Sun great


All history is local

"All history is local,” a friend texted me recently. He had been musing about the...

If you like rocks, Chatfield Hollow is really gneiss

We snaked through tight fissures, scrambled among jumbled heaps of boulders and ducked beneath...

Happy anniversary, New London

This month marks the 376th anniversary of New London’s founding by John Winthrop, Jr. It...


If the Court loses its legitimacy, can its authority be far behind?

isn't it a bit unseemly for the wife of a Supreme Court justice to be part of a conspiracy to overturn an election? Or for him to fail to recuse himself from any cases...

Can Bob’s $10 million buy a strategy? He needs one.

How hard is it to beat an incumbent governor? You have to go back to 1954 to find the last time it happened in Connecticut.

The truth about America's second civil war

What America is going through is less like a civil war and more like Brexit — a lumbering, mutual decision to go separate ways on most things but remain connected on a...

College students are in a mental health crisis

Colleges all over the country are failing to set and adhere to appropriate protocols for students in need.

The 2024 presidential election is already strange

If retiring presidents such as Lyndon Johnson in 1968 and Woodrow Wilson in 1920 are better classified as having run and dropped out than not running at all, then Biden not...

ARP money should be used to pay off loans

More social safety-net and social welfare spending would be quite risky, because such spending would be difficult to terminate after the one-time infusion of ARP money has...