Field of Flags: Lives Lost, Honored, Remembered From a field above the Pacific bluff in Malibu, California to a churchyard on Chebeague Island, Maine...
The Supreme Court today denied a request for the Court to review the decision by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in Green Party v. Lenge that uphe...
Here is a list of ice cream parlors around the country near different colleges, big and small, that will blow your taste-buds away.
Saving nearly a century and a half of family memorabilia is a remarkable feat. "I'm a keeper," 86-year-old Bea Frish says.
No one cared about the pounding rain as thousands waited for the open-air concert on the historic Green in New Haven, Connecticut. The headliner was internationally renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
Never underestimate the power of conveying your opinions to a legislator. Though your views on the Drug War may be common among people you know, it is very likely that a given legislator has never heard the arguments against drug prohibition.
The site of the rally is the Norwalk, Conn. school where homeless mother Tanya McDowell had placed her young 5-year-old son last fall in order to get the best education for him.
As legislators in Connecticut grapple with a bill that would abolish the death penalty in the state, murder victims ' families are speaking loudly about their opposition to Connecticut's capital punishment system.
Appearance at GOP fundraiser is less than 24 hours after holding up the country. Stamford, CT -- On the heels of helping to avert the looming budget...
Basketball isn't about one guy scoring 50. These guys care about each other enough to not score, and that's just something you don't see enough of these days.
This season has been pleasantly surprising for a UConn team that, going into the 2010-2011 season was young and unrecognized.
by Catherine A. Traywick, Media Consortium blogger Arizona lawmakers are considering two bills that would block undocumented immigrants' access to edu...
While the U.S. Congress debates on which programs cost too much, the real laboratory for what the future holds is in the capitol cities of Wisconsin, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.
Today, three of Connecticut's legislative committees held hearings on a public insurance option, which the state actually created (but didn't fund) in 2009.
This Monday, state lawmakers in Hartford will begin debate on implementing something insurers pulled out all the stops to kill at the national level -- the public option that would have created a government program to compete with private carriers.
Though the Constitution has served us very well, I believe that its lack of a provision for congressional term limits is a flaw. Absent this, there must be a check in the system to prevent runaway spending.