The U.S. women’s scintillating FIFA World Cup triumph over Japan Sunday was a feel-good moment in a summer afflicted by racial violence, terror attacks and international economic chaos, and based on record-shattering television ratings it...
Sunny skies and warm temperatures over the long Fourth of July weekend may have been welcomed by owners of hot dog stands, clam shacks and boogie board rental shops, but stalled bumper-to-bumper traffic on Interstate 95 and side roads near local...
In essence, the new recognition rules announced by the U.S. Department of the Interior provide the worst of both worlds — a watered-down process that is biased.
The initiative builds upon the state’s already successful policies of working to divert drug users from the prison system to treatment programs.
The horror of solitary confinement remains clear today.
"We are one nation indivisible ...Republican and Democrat, we are all Americans."
There is no doubt the Foxwoods mall opening, reportedly the first in a decade in the country, goes against the trend.
Christie’s candor will come with limits, of course. But that doesn’t mean his candidacy is without promise.
For decades, the General Assembly has treated UConn like a favorite child.
Fundamentally, the budget did little or nothing to address the state's fiscal problems.
As for the entertainment venue that the policies and trends of the late 1930s and early 1940s produced, it continues to serve its purpose — a place for the working class to seek relief from the summer’s heat.
Jindal would be in much better shape if he had made good on his original promise — to serve as the savvy Republican policy wonk.