WASHINGTON – It was a rare bipartisan love fest as Sen. Richard Blumenthal and other members of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee questioned Robert McDonald, President Obama’s choice to head the troubled Department of Veterans Affairs on Tuesday.
The sister of Sen. Andrew Maynard, D-Stonington, said Tuesday that the injuries he suffered in an early morning fall Monday are “non-life threatening,” and he is in serious, but stable condition.
Two federal courts issued conflicting rulings regarding Obamacare Tuesday, but their decisions aren’t expected to directly affect Connecticut residents.
State government wrapped up the fiscal year with a $121.3 million surplus, according to unofficial numbers released Tuesday by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration. But one of the governor’s chief rivals insists the surplus wouldn’t exist had Malloy not used borrowing to defer hundreds of millions of dollars in operating costs until after the election.
WASHINGTON – The National Republican Congressional Campaign committee has elevated Mark Greenberg, a candidate for the 5th district congressional seat, to “Contender” status.
In a new television commercial, John P. McKinney hits his Republican rival, Tom Foley, for suggesting in an ad that McKinney supported tax and other policies of the Democrat both are trying to unseat, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
Brennan-Rogers School in New Haven provides a look at a teacher collaboration experiment that is showing early promise ––and a case study for urban districts across the country looking for the best way to use extra time in school.