November 16, 2015
by Christine Stuart | November 16, 2015 5:30am
August 24, 2015
by Christine Stuart | August 24, 2015 9:45am
August 19, 2015
by Christine Stuart | August 19, 2015 12:15pm
Described by his former colleague, U.S. Rep. John B. Larson, as a person with a wit “quicker than Jon Stewart,” a former Massachusetts Congressman told the faculty at Goodwin College on Wednesday about a seismic shift in American life, as chronicled in his recent memoir.
June 4, 2015
by Elizabeth Regan and Christine Stuart | June 4, 2015 2:57pm
April 27, 2015
by Christine Stuart | April 27, 2015 4:49pm
January 9, 2015
by Susan Bigelow | January 9, 2015 12:00pm
What a difference four years makes.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy kicked off his second term in office on Wednesday, and if the speeches he gave at his inauguration and later to the General Assembly are any indication, this term is going to be more subdued and less ambitious than the last one.
Tags: Dannel P. Malloy, speech, state of the state, Susan Bigelow, dh
December 30, 2014
by Hugh McQuaid | December 30, 2014 1:12pm
Prosecutors have asked a judge to sentence Lisa Wilson-Foley to 10 months in prison despite her guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge. The feds claim Wilson-Foley was uncooperative in their case against former Gov. John G. Rowland.
December 12, 2014
by Terry Cowgill | December 12, 2014 5:30am
Now that the greatest Connecticut political corruption trial of my generation has concluded and will likely result in significant jail time for the convict, I can relax, listen to WTIC and wait for its former employee’s sentencing, right?
December 4, 2014
by Hugh McQuaid | December 4, 2014 10:03pm
Lawyers for former Gov. John G. Rowland asked a judge for leniency Thursday in court documents, requesting a sentence of less than 18 months in prison for his recent corruption convictions.
November 6, 2014
by Susan Bigelow | November 6, 2014 7:59am
So, here we are again. Dan Malloy has defeated Tom Foley by a slim margin, after an election troubled by frustration and incompetence at the polls in one of our cities. After all that, after a wearying election that was far more about fear, money, and blame than policy, government, or even the idea of the next four years, we’re right back where it all began.