Current estimates show depletion of the fund for old age and survivors insurance in the 2030s, and CT Democrats want to expand benefits.
The president’s 2024 budget request would opt to modernize the engine for the F-35 fighter jet instead of looking for a replacement.
Kevin McCarthy’s failed attempts to secure the leadership position have put House business on hold, and CT representatives are frustrated.
Communities across Connecticut will receive funding, formerly known as earmarks, for infrastructure, housing, education and more.
CT’s submarine and aerospace companies and suppliers could see major investments in workforce and supply chain development.
Gun violence survivors joined CT politicians to call on the Senate to restore the federal assault weapons ban, which is unlikely to pass.
With a narrow GOP House majority, CT Democrats will lose committee chairmanships but say they’ll still have leverage in crafting policy.
Some borrowers who earn less than $125,000 will qualify for forgiveness up to $20,000. The average debt for Connecticut borrowers is $35,162.
His challenger is 27, hoping to catch a wave. Congressman John B. Larson says he is ready.
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she does not fear the mid-term trend that threatens her hold on the House.
The plan would remove the I-84/I-91 interchange downtown and cap I-91 with a new road, expanding river access.
Mike France, a Republican state lawmaker, is running against U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District.
America took a deep breath and watched Joe Biden uneventfully inaugurated outside a Capitol invaded two weeks ago by rioters.
They think him unfit. But even some Democrats doubt they can remove Donald J. Trump before January 20.
A mob supporting Donald J. Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol, delaying the certification of Joe Biden’s presidential victory.