In private, Trump vents his frustration over lack of progress on North Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with members of Congress at the White House last week. (Bloomberg photo by Yuri Gripas)

When he emerged from his summit with Kim Jong Un last month, President Donald Trump triumphantly declared that North Korea no longer posed a nuclear threat and that one of the world's most intractable geopolitical crises had been "largely solved."

1 dead, dozens of hostages freed after Los Angeles standoff

In this image from video provided by KNBC-TV, officers take a suspect into custody outside a Trader Joe's supermarket in the Silver Lake district of Los Angeles Saturday, July 21, 2018. (KNBC-TV via AP)

1 woman killed, dozens of hostages freed after 3-hour standoff at Los Angeles Trader Joe's; gunman surrenders after handcuffing himself

Hamas accepts cease-fire after massive Israeli Gaza strikes

Gaza's militant Hamas rulers say they have accepted a cease-fire ending an Israeli onslaught on militant positions after a soldier was shot dead

'Grab the baby!' Survivors recount deadly Missouri duck boat sinking

A duck boat sits idle in the parking lot of Ride the Ducks, an amphibious tour operator in Branson, Mo., Friday, July 20, 2018. The amphibious vehicle is similar to one of the company's boats that capsized the day before on Table Rock Lake resulting in 17 deaths. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

An Indiana woman whose nine family members were killed when a Missouri duck boat sank says the last thing she heard before a huge wave swept over them was her sister-in-law yelling, "Grab the baby!"


Project will interview former students of Pawcatuck Junior/Middle School

As Pawcatuck Middle School gets set to merge with Mystic Middle School in the fall of 2019, a group of current students and teachers are looking to interview former students of the school, which was also known at one point as Pawcatuck Junior High...

New London expected to purchase Crystal Avenue high rises

A process is underway for the New London Housing Authority to sell the 15-acre property to the city, which will then explore selling or leasing the site to an outside entity to generate tax revenue.

Waterford author will speak about WWI-era Uncasville camp Wednesday

The author of a book about a junior naval reserve camp for World War I-era teenagers will speak about the story at the Waterford Public Library Wednesday.



A New London link to RFK conspiracy theory

Dennis Sweeney of New London was arrested in the 1980 shooting death of a former U.S. congressman...


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State seeing surge of voter registrations since 2016 election

Including those who signed up as unaffiliated and for other, smaller parties, a total of 275,114 people have signed up to vote in Connecticut since the 2016 presidential election.

Driver of Missouri duck boat remembered as church pastor in Rhode Island

The driver of a Missouri duck boat that sank and killed 17 people is being remembered as a longtime pastor at a Rhode Island church