Governor Dannel Malloy has joined the grass-roots campaign to stop federal officials from deporting 23-year-old Mariano Cardoso.
Under the new rules of the Army, soldiers suffering traumatic brain injuries, such as concussions, during roadside bombings are now eligible to be awarded the Purple Heart.
There was gut-wrenching testimony Wednesday from long-time actor Mickey Rooney — the victim of what he said was terrible elder abuse.
Lieberman said Wednesday that he won’t seek a fifth term.
Now with a firm grip on the job he has long aspired to, Richard Blumenthal heads to the U.S. Senate when the new Congress begins its session in January.
Connecticut’s attorney general wants football fans in his state to be able to watch the game between the Vikings and Giants.
Keeping up with the Kardashians can get pretty expensive – especially when using the new pre-paid credit card recently unveiled by sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe.
The secretary of the state is scheduled to formally certify the Nov. 2 elections at her Capitol office today, a day before the deadline set by state law to do so.
Criticized by the CT’s AG for a system that he called pay for play, said it’s abandoning a practice that awarded rating points simply because a business was accredited.
Connecticut’s attorney general is pushing the Better Business Bureau to stop what he calls a play-to-play system that rates BBB members better than nonmembers.
Andrew Cuomo just smiles at the question: Will you run for president? The Gov.-elect, still nearly two months before he takes office, can’t really avoid the plot line.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal was elected to the Senate on Tuesday in a bruising cage-fight of a campaign against pro wrestling mogul Linda McMahon, extending the Democrats’ hold on the seat.
Democrat Richard Blumenthal and Republican Linda McMahon traveled across the state on Monday to meet with committed supporters in their Senate race.
A new poll shows Democrat Richard Blumenthal still leading Republican Linda McMahon in Connecticut’s Senate race, but the gap appears to be closing.
President Barack Obama told voters in Bridgeport that in three days they could set the direction of Connecticut and the nation for years to come.