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    Donald J. Trump has put the Department of Justice, Attorney General Merrick Garland, and the country in a terrible position. By removing numerous records, including cla...

    Editorials

    When the Inflation Reduction Act passed the Senate Sunday afternoon at 3:18 after more than 24 hours of a continuous session that began at noon on Saturday and required 3...
    This appeared in the Dallas Morning News Digital platforms are having a bad year. That might be good news for America’s mental health. The negative headlines keep coming,...
    Did anyone see that coming? Last thing we knew, President Biden’s “Build Back Better” plan had been relegated to the list of bold plans that never happened, which is a l...
    Gov. Ned Lamont announced late last month the state would spend $20 million to install at a number of locations devices aimed at curbing motor vehicle accidents caused by...

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    Connecticut residents will soon spot the “Stonington Fresh” logo on social media, trucks and restaurant menus. The Stonington Town Dock recently announced that it will b...
    Perhaps it is not too wishful to see a glimmer of hope for future responsible bipartisan compromise in Congress, given the recent passage of a gun violence measure and no...
    Americans, having just started to get over their fears of rampant Covid, are alarmed and exasperated by the news of rising domestic monkeypox cases. Over 3,500 citizens h...
    Many species of wildlife that once were seldom spotted in Connecticut now have found ways to co-exist with humans. These species have expanded their habitats into suburba...
    The Food and Drug Administration recently announced that it had banned all merchandise sold by Juul Labs, Inc., a pioneer of reusable e-cigarettes. Its products allow use...

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    A key state watchdog agency, to which the legislature gave added bite this past session, has been leaderless for nearly a month. That is not a terribly long time to leave...
    Connecticut’s registered Republican voters, plus any more who register with the party before the August 9th party primary, have three candidates to choose from, with the ...
    By a vote of 267 to 157, the House of Representatives last week passed the Respect for Marriage Act, which declares that marriages performed in one state must be recogniz...
    The end of this first round of Jan. 6 committee hearings offers a moment for the nation to take stock of what has been revealed about former President Donald Trump, his a...
    Josh Hawley is a laughingstock. During Thursday night’s televised hearings of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, coup attempt at the U.S. Capitol, Rep. E...
    Only by understanding the full scope of history can we begin to learn its valuable lessons.
    For 100 years, the Mystic River Bridge has provided a vital link between the Stonington and Groton sides of the village. An estimated 11,800 cars a day cross the bridge,...
    Stonington highway workers who admitted to planting syringes at Donahue Park in Pawcatuck are not going to win Employee of the Year awards any time soon. But just as...
    One of the reasons the gunman was not stopped sooner was that no one really took command, which resulted in “egregiously poor” decision-making.
    New London is charting a different and very promising course for its youngest learners and their families.