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  • PASSINGS: Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson, Ultimate Warrior, Edmond Harjo

    Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson Former Trinidad and Tobago leader held by Islamic rebels Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson, 87, a former Trinidad and Tobago prime minister who was held hostage for days and shot during a bloody 1990 coup attempt,...
  • Co-defendant of drug lord 'El Chapo' pleads guilty

    Co-defendant of drug lord 'El Chapo' pleads guilty
    A co-defendant of captured Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman pleaded guilty Wednesday in Chicago to distributing vast amounts of cocaine and heroin here on behalf of the notorious Sinaloa cartel. Tomas Arevalo-Renteria, who pleaded...
  • Gay weddings halted in Michigan after 300 marriage licenses issued

    Gay weddings halted in Michigan after 300 marriage licenses issued
    Same-sex weddings in Michigan were abruptly halted Saturday when a federal appeals court put on hold a lower court ruling that declared the state's ban on gay marriages unconstitutional. The appellate court order came Saturday afternoon, after...
  • In Hawaii, a healthcare system apart

    In Hawaii, a healthcare system apart
    HONOLULU — When the giant kapok and nawa trees that tower over the Queen's Medical Center in downtown Honolulu were planted more than a century ago, Hawaii faced a health crisis. Many on the islands, including the queen who founded the hospital in...
  • Keno Madness At The State Capitol

    Unfortunately, keno lives. Stop flirting with it, lawmakers, and repeal this unwanted, addictive game. Keno has traveled a circuitous route. Near the end of last year's legislative session, negotiators inserted — without public hearing or much...
  • Utilities Must Strike Better Balance On Trees

    Utilities Must Strike Better Balance On Trees
    Difficult as it may be, utility companies need to strike a more perfect balance between felling or preserving trees that grow near their power lines. It is an emotional issue, and one seemingly without nuance. Monster storms the past few years have...
  • Retirements Changing Face Of Legislature

    House Republican leader Lawrence F. Cafero Jr. has more influence than his party's numbers in the lower chamber would suggest. That's due largely to his verbal skills and success at filibustering legislation that Republicans don't like — skills...
  • Pennsylvania bank submits highest bid for 1st Mariner

    Pennsylvania bank submits highest bid for 1st Mariner
    A regional Pennsylvania bank submitted the highest bid at the auction for Baltimore's 1st Mariner Bank in a deal that must still be approved by a federal bankruptcy court judge and banking regulators. National Penn Bank offered $19.1 million for 1st...
  • Protect Walkers And Bicyclists: Bill Aims To Get Attention Of Reckless Drivers

    Car drivers are not the only legal users of Connecticut's roads: Walkers, bicyclists, horse riders, tractor operators and utility crews, among others, have a right to use the roads as well. Most drivers know this; some do not. To get their attention,...
  • Pension Problems, And One Solution

    Connecticut has seen failings in its public-sector pension system this month and also a glimpse of a more promising future. The flaws include a judge who will get a six-figure pension for working less than four years and a mayor who may get a disability...
  • Police Survey, Records Bill Cloud 'Sunshine Week'

    This is Sunshine Week, a national initiative to promote the importance of open government, but you wouldn't know it in Connecticut. To wit: •A team of reporters from the New Haven Register and Middletown Press visited all 92 municipal police...