Officials say they are investigating how much work was done by AAIS, which was paid for asbestos cleanup at Cedarcrest in Newington.
CT fire marshals say they can’t always meet the requirement that every residence with three or more units be inspected annually.
The equipment purchases were supported by local leaders, but some residents wondered if the federal funding could be put to better use.
Amounts under $50 weren’t visible on Connecticut’s unclaimed property website — but they added up to more than $40 million.
Since the start of the pandemic, the number of people dying in traffic crashes in Connecticut has surged and shows no signs of slowing.
The House Intelligence Committee released new texts from Robert Hyde and an unknown third party that discuss monitoring the diplomat before she was fired by President Donald Trump.
Attorney General William Tong and his fellow attorneys general say Google threatens competition and hurts consumers and business.
Rep. Jim Himes, who will question Robert Mueller Wednesday, says the former special counsel is ‘”a very careful person.”
In investigating the origins of the Russia probe, U.S. Attorney John Durham risks angering either the White House or the FBI.
Several Connecticut lawmakers are heavily involved in the Democrat’s Plan B” to continue investigations into the Trump administration.
Washington — A grand jury is investigating whether former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke lied about how he handled Connecticut tribes’ gaming petitions.
WASHINGTON – Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Tuesday pressed William Barr, President Donald Trump’s choice to head the Justice Department, on whether he would make all of special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report public. As he had when asked similar questions by other Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearing for Attorney General, Barr deflected the question during a tense exchange.
WASHINGTON – An investigation into the Coast Guard Academy’s treatment of minority cadets continues months after members of the U.S. House and Senate pressed the service for more information about racial disparities. The Coast Guard Academy’s poor rates of minority enrollment and graduation have prompted a lawmaker to introduce legislation that would change its admission policies and “culture” regarding minority cadets.
WASHINGTON – Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Wednesday asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Google over revelations that the company not only exposed private data of Google+ users to outside developers, but also failed to disclose the data leak for months.
A handful of Connecticut female candidates joined other Democrats Monday calling for an investigation into the complaint that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl at a high school party decades ago.