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  • The People Deserve Open Government

    Open government — a democratic idea hopefully still prized in Connecticut — has taken a devastating hit here in the past three years. Government accountability has been threatened by the powerful, shaking the public's trust. A top item in...
  • Full Sandy Hook shooting police report to be released today

    NEW YORK -- Connecticut state police plan Friday to release a trove of information from the investigation into the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre last December, perhaps shedding more light on the gunman's mental condition and his reason for...
  • Newtown massacre: Redacted report details bullet holes, casings, grief

    Newtown massacre: Redacted report details bullet holes, casings, grief
    NEW YORK--Connecticut officials on Friday released the full police report on the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, unsealing thousands of pages of interview transcripts, photographs, and other material gathered by investigators as they tried to learn...
  • Denver issues 10 finalized licenses to recreational marijuana stores

    The cannabis market in Colorado continues to reach new highs as several store owners in Denver picked up their retail marijuana licenses  Friday. The store owners began lining up outside the Mile High City’s Department of Excise and Licenses...
  • Final Newtown school shooting report released

    Final Newtown school shooting report released
    NEW YORK — Police responding to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., last year found the hallway strewn with rifle casings, the "distinct smell of fired ammunition" in the building, and children and teachers locked in closets...
  • Judge upholds most, but not all, of New York's assault weapons ban

    Judge upholds most, but not all, of New York's assault weapons ban
    A federal judge handed a major defeat to gun-rights supporters in New York on Tuesday, ruling that most of the state's wide-ranging new gun restrictions do not violate gun owners' 2nd Amendment rights. New York's so-called SAFE Act, enacted in January,...
  • Openness Should Be On Agenda For State's New Police Chief

    Openness Should Be On Agenda For State's New Police Chief
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy didn't take the cookie-cutter approach in choosing a new commissioner of the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection to succeed Reuben F. Bradford. This week Mr. Malloy introduced Dora B. Schriro, 63, who has no...
  • Three years after Giffords shooting, spotlight still shines on aide

    TUCSON — He held her in an upright position against his chest to keep her from drowning in her own blood and applied pressure to her head wound. It was then that Daniel Hernandez Jr. remembered a television show he watched when he was 10 years...
  • Boy, 12, faces battery charge in New Mexico school shooting

    Boy, 12, faces battery charge in New Mexico school shooting
    A 12-year-old boy accused of opening fire with a shotgun at a New Mexico middle school and seriously wounding two students, has been charged with three counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, authorities said on Thursday. The boy, Mason...
  • Gun madness in Georgia

    Fifteen months ago, as the nation recoiled in horror from the massacre of 20 children and six adults by a mentally ill man armed with three semiautomatic weapons, there were firm proclamations that this time would be different. The violence at that...
  • Boston marathon bombing exhibit seeks to remember, heal

    There are five well-known stages of grief, from denial and anger through bargaining and depression. As the first anniversary of the Boston marathon bombing approaches, the city is moving toward the final stage: acceptance. As part of that process, the...