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CT lawmakers on on Monday said revelations that Trump discussed Joe Biden with Ukraine’s leader puts impeachment in a new light.
With the issuance of subpoenas. elections officials opened an investigation Monday of a Bridgeport mayoral primary marred by allegations of fraud.
Sen. Chris Murphy said Trump's apparent admission that he asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden's son has caused him to rethink his stance on impeachment.
A surge of vaping-related illnesses has sent hundreds of people to hospitals across the country, including 11 in CT, and resulted in seven deaths. So what's being done about it?
Katherine Hepburn's dune has taken a severe beating, but a living shoreline would protect it and the surrounding area.
Commuting is nothing new to Nutmeggers. But to appreciate our current challenges in “getting there,” consider what it was like centuries ago. As early as 1699 roads had been laid out on routes still used today. But where today those roads are now lined with trees, in the mid-1700’s those trees were gone as most of southern Fairfield county had been cleared to allow for farming.
From 2013 to 2015 there was a TV series called Under the Dome. It was a science fiction drama in which a small town was suddenly covered by an impenetrable clear dome from which there was no escape. The town had to deal with its own air quality, water, and food supply, with no help from the outside world. If Killingly existed under a such a dome I would not be here talking to you today.
Just days into the new school year, the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) released the results from last year’s Smarter Balanced (SB) testing. Some progress is being made. Still, even a cursory look at the data makes the case that more must be done -- with a sense of purpose and urgency.
“Climate is what you expect; weather is what you get!” This old cliché rings true, for climate is the distribution of weather. Weather’s distribution depends on season, location, internal variability, and external influences, both natural and human. As it is weather, not climate, that is observable and measurable, any study of climate is inherently statistical in nature.
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