WASHINGTON — A Department of Homeland Security official on Wednesday said 21 state electoral systems were targeted by the Russians for hacking. Although Connecticut’s system was not among them, the state asked for federal help in shoring up its cybersecurity defenses before last year’s election.
Malloy’s agenda at winter NGA meeting
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will be in Washington D.C. through Monday for the winter meeting of the National Governors Association, a security briefing by the FBI and meetings at the White House with President Obama.
Murphy: Visa waivers pose bigger risk than Syrian refugees
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is among several lawmakers who are saying there is little danger to the United States from the Syrian refugee resettlement program under debate after the Paris attacks, but there are vulnerabilities in the way tourists and other visitors to the United States are processed.
Malloy blasts Giuliani remark that Obama doesn’t love America
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said in Washington Friday that former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s recent comment that President Obama did not love America was “despicable.”
CT’s Latinos face hurdles in enrolling in Obamacare
No group of people in Connecticut is more likely to be uninsured than the state’s Latinos, and Obamacare won’t change that.