Gov. Ned Lamont warns that a COVID-19 surge is inevitable, but adherence to precautions can ease the blow.
A bitterly divided Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court in a vote Sen. Richard Blumenthal called ‘surreal.’
More than 455,000 people have voted by absentee ballot in Connecticut so far, representing 70% of those who applied.
This close to election day, it’s easy for all conversation about politics to be about the horse race. But as this year has shown us, there are some enduring issues surrounding this election: voting rights, systemic racism, the impact of the pandemic on our political life, and the health of our democracy. In this Steady […]
Lawmakers say the state should help programs, like higher education, beset by the COVID pandemic. Will the governor agree?
Inclusive infrastructure is an economic and quality-of-life win for everyone.
Public mapping of sex offenders not only fails to serve any salutary purpose but also is a callous and cruel exercise of the power of the press. By claiming to signal virtue, it furnishes an excuse for imposing pain.
I live 17 miles from Hartford in Barkhamsted. My home is on a public through street close to the border of West Hartland. It is a rural location in a rural town, but I want you all to know that the United States Postal Service just can’t make it to our house and about ten […]
It would appear that the Senate will confirm President Trump’s nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court today. She has flown through the hearing process with ease and no one seriously questioned her qualifications, experience, or knowledge of the law.