Federal judge delays decision on reuniting children with parents in immigration case

The hearing for the two children took place in the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut in Bridgeport before a full courtroom including immigrant rights protesters and activists. The father and mother of the two plaintiffs watched the hearing in blue jumpsuits via teleconference from a cinderblock room in a detention facility in Texas. Continue Reading →

On a TV near you, scenes from Connecticut’s crowded campaign

They use wrecking balls, floating boxes, and even a candidate’s brain scan. Four of the five Republican candidates for governor are on television, competing for attention with ads that offer dashes of biography with promises to cut taxes, shake up Hartford, cut state employee benefits, clean house, fight insiders, restore growth and, yes, think outside the box. All this in 30-second servings. Continue Reading →