Jesse Helms helped to redefine political patterns in the state and paved the way for the attack politics so common today.
Health officials across the country must explain the vaccination process to those who are eligible to receive the first doses, as well as to the broader public.
Exit polls show show that working people — Black, brown and white families making under $100,000, along with the vast majority of young people — delivered Biden his victory.
It's painfully obvious that the Electoral College map forces candidates to focus an inordinate amount of time and money on a handful of competitive swing states. The needs and concerns of millions of Americans are left ignored.
Will Republicans become serious about trying to win over (and not demonize) Black voters? They should if they want to boost support among Black Americans.
I do take glee in seeing the Democratic establishment flap around for answers when it comes to Latinos.
There has never been one moment of one day when I advocated releasing state funding for the pedestrian bridge without assurance that the museum is fully designed, permitted and properly financed.
Choiniere further attempts to mislead when he writes that “Republicans proposed borrowing with no new revenue source.” Since the Republican plan is not a borrowing plan, there is obviously no new revenue source needed.
Connecticut does in fact collect tax and fee revenue from out-of-state trucks, regardless of where they fuel up.
Our essential teams ensure that Connecticut’s most vulnerable citizens are safe and healthy.
I'm going to pack up rolls of toilet tissues, paper towels and hand sanitizer, and donate them.
A major shift in how Connecticut taxes its citizens could provide major property tax relief and spur economic growth, while being fairer.
Through any haze of hardship burns a ray of sunshine. But its promise will only be captured if we reflect on our bonds of kinship and friendship.
The settlers made one of the most crucial decisions in the history of America, a few brave men went outside the stockade and made a show of laying their weapons down.
Isn’t it time for The Day to stop asking about Trump and move on and pay more attention to the fiscal, public health, human and business crises facing our region?
The electoral process fosters these important conversations that will shape how our community takes on challenges going forward.