Connecticut’s Democratic senators, Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal, say they are playing the “long game” on gun-violence legislation.
Connecticut’s senators said U.S. troops must stay in Afghanistan until the evacuation of Americans and allies is complete.
The post-storm briefing in the field is standard fare. But it was hard to find a locale without power.
Republican George Logan, a former state senator from Ansonia, has indicated that a formal challenge to Hayes is imminent.
Jose Villegas lives in Hartford, safe from the dangers of El Salvador but without the peace of a permanent resident.
Two cabinet secretaries with New England roots promoted the president’s jobs plan on a tour of General Dynamics Electric Boat.
Theaters have been shuttered since last March, but the arrival of vaccines and federal aid are improving the outlook.
Despite tight margins, Senate Democrats claim optimism for universal background check bill that passed the House.
A temporary child tax credit is expected to shrink child poverty and fuel demands for permanent solutions to economic inequality.
America took a deep breath and watched Joe Biden uneventfully inaugurated outside a Capitol invaded two weeks ago by rioters.
The U.S. Capitol is secured, but U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy says the threat is not over.
They think him unfit. But even some Democrats doubt they can remove Donald J. Trump before January 20.
A big stimulus bill takes a lot of explaining.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal was invited to pardon a turkey named Fauci. What was the chance he’d accept?
Trump’s threatened veto of $740 billion in defense spending is to keep Confederate names on U.S. military bases.