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    This editorial begins with math: In January 2020, the United States had 10.6 million public school teachers of grades K-12. By February 2022 the number was down to 10 mil...

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    The Norwich City Council should push the pause button on a proposed zone change that would create a second industrial park in the city, this one in the village of Occum. ...
    Thank you for your service, Iowa and New Hampshire. But it's time to end the prominent, influential perch you two small rural states have long enjoyed in winnowing the li...
    Perhaps it’s a mere coincidence that Donald Trump, white nationalists and far-right extremists find themselves so often mentioned in the same sentence. But we don’t think...
    More frequent severe storms and sea level rise are combining to seriously endanger one of southeastern Connecticut’s most valuable assets - its shoreline. The impact of c...

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    When Vladimir Putin unleashed Russia’s military might on Ukraine in February, House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy was incensed. Just like the rest of America. “Vladimi...
    When Richie Neal was mayor of Springfield, in Western Massachusetts, in the 1980s, Donald Trump was a lying Manhattan real estate promoter who routinely cheated those who...
    In Colorado Springs on Saturday night, Richard Fierro, a U.S. Army vet who’d deployed three times to Iraq and once to Afghanistan, went to an LGBTQ nightclub with his wif...
    Learning how to lead is a time-honored tradition for American high school students. There’s the classroom for learning how to think and and then there are team captains, ...
    This editorial originally appeared last year. This year’s Make A Difference campaign is the 15th. What began in 2008 as a modest, compact holiday giving appeal by Th...

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    In the midterms, Republicans who focused on inflation, crime and other concrete problems made gains. Those who slung the slop of Trumpite invective and conspiracy theorie...
    Ever accelerate to beat the red light after seeing the traffic light at an intersection turn yellow? Ever start through an intersection when the light turns green only to...
    Voting will be more convenient for Connecticut citizens in future elections, a welcomed development that should increase participation. Voters gave solid approval of earl...
    In the debased discourse of American politics, it’s easy to characterize as “distinguished” the career of any long-serving public official. But the adjective is no exagge...
    NASA’s Artemis program is edging toward a return to the moon — this time to stay — with its successful launch this week of an uncrewed rocket. Some Americans looking at t...
    Don’t misunderstand what Donald Trump means when he says he’s running for president again, as he did Tuesday evening. He doesn’t mean that he will present his case to the...
    Despite all the misread tea leaves by pollsters ahead of the Nov. 8 election, one pre-election poll offered signals about the influences affecting the choices of Republic...
    This appeared in the Chicago Tribune Former President Donald Trump’s name wasn’t on the ballot in the midterms. But his presence — for better and worse — reminded us of a...
    When a wind-power industry expert tells a group of local businesspeople that Connecticut is “slightly fragmented” when it comes to helping the industry grow here, the...
    Basketball star Brittney Griner traveled to Russia to play in the offseason for UMMC Ekaterinburg, where she has competed since 2014. The Russian government seized her, h...