Attorneys for InfoWars host Alex Jones say he’ll sit for a deposition in a defamation lawsuit filed against him by families of victims killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
The Great Meadows Marsh in Stratford was treated as an ugly nuisance for years, but now it’s the focus of a $4 million restoration project.
During his recovery from COVID, Michael Kelly realized that regardless of wealth, education or status, everyone has the same allotted 24 hours to live each day.
Since the announcement of Jackson’s nomination on February 25, the White House and her allies have cast her as a nominee who is both accomplished and can relate a range of life experiences.
Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday again failed to appear at a deposition in a lawsuit filed against him four years ago.
Fairfield University’s Pierre Christian is among a group of scientists researching black holes and theories of gravity.
Connecticut lawmakers are considering a bill that would make some short- and long-term investments in physician recruitment and retention.
The Congressional Progressive Caucus released a slate of policy priorities they believe President Joe Biden can implement by taking executive action, including canceling federal student loan debt, lowering drug prices for insulin and inhalers, and creating a path for child care workers to unionize. The proposals echo components of the languishing Build Back Better agenda, Biden’s sweeping $1.8 […]
A review by Connecticut Public found it usually takes the commission around eight months to issue decisions in contested cases. And once the pandemic hit, that time shot up to more than a year.
Briana LaMare headed into New Haven’s Union Station to catch the 9:47 a.m. train Tuesday, a new commuting routine that’s growing on her.
The Federal Transit Administration has announced it will award $2.2 billion to public transit systems, including $769 million for the MTA.
Even as the war in Ukraine has prompted an exodus of international companies from Russia, U.S. and global drug companies said they would stay.
Requests for free breast binders by transgender youths in 2022 have outnumbered supplies at Health Care Advocates International (HCAI) in Stratford, which serves LGBTQ and HIV communities. HCAI received 126 binder requests in the first three weeks of January alone, crushing last year’s numbers and temporarily wiping out inventory. The group sent out 190 binders in all […]
On its website, the University of Michigan has an image of the Law School Class of 1962. It’s a sea of White men, smartly dressed in suits and ties. But five rows down, on the right, is Amalya Lyle Kearse, the only Black woman in the class — who would go on to make history […]
Auditors took issue with two purchases tied to aging machinery at the plant which is used to generate power in times of critical grid demand.