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  • Would Romney wins this week signal end to GOP race?

    Would Romney wins this week signal end to GOP race?
    With Mitt Romney on track for a pair of victories in contests this week in Florida and Nevada, could the race for the GOP nomination begin to wind down? The party establishment is increasingly hopeful that the answer is yes. But mathematically, at least,...
  • Black History Month in CT

    "Race: The Power of an Illusion" A group discussion centered on the social construction of racial identity. - ¬†University of Connecticut School of Social Work - Thursday, February 2 - 12:45-2:00 p.m. “Negotiating Citizenship: The Politics of...
  • State Legislature: 2012 Session Opens With Malloy Proposing Education Reform, Pension Funding Changes

    State Legislature: 2012 Session Opens With Malloy Proposing Education Reform, Pension Funding Changes
    HARTFORD — Gov.Dannel P. Malloyopened the 2012 legislative session Wednesday with plans for education reform, pension funding changes and the largest increase in funding for affordable housing since Gov. William A. O'Neill was in office more than 20...
  • Democrats turn attention to Santorum

    Democrats turn attention to Santorum
    The opposition research and rapid response that flows from the Democratic National Committee is still sharply focused on Mitt Romney, but a national Democratic strategist said Wednesday that as Rick Santorum's star rises Democrats are starting to pay...
  • A sharp divide on ultrasounds, HPV, 'personhood'

    RICHMOND – When Majorie was 8 years old in the early 1930s, she came home from school in the Texas community she grew up in to find her mother and a friend talking about a neighbor woman who had just died, leaving four children behind. "This...
  • Super Tuesday 2012: What's at stake and who's in the lead

    Super Tuesday 2012: What's at stake and who's in the lead
    Welcome to March Madness, the Republican version. The GOP final four -- Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul -- face the busiest primary day of 2012 next week on Super Tuesday, when voters in 10 states head to the polls or caucus sites....
  • Fun with Polls: In Ohio, Santorum slips but still in lead

    Fun with Polls: In Ohio, Santorum slips but still in lead
    After failing to stunt Mitt Romney in Michigan this week, the political conventional wisdom is that Rick Santorum must at the very least win in battleground Ohio on Super Tuesday to hang on to his slipping presidential dreams. At first glance a...
  • Former Gov. Ridge endorses Romney while Santorum has edge in Pa

    Former Gov. Ridge endorses Romney while Santorum has edge in Pa
    On the heels of a group of establishment Republicans endorsing Mitt Romney in Harrisburg this week, Pennsylvania's former Gov. Tom Ridge declared his support for the former Massachusetts governor as well Wednesday morning. Ridge, also the nation's...
  • Maryland's Van Hollen at center of deficit fight

    Maryland's Van Hollen at center of deficit fight
    For Rep. Chris Van Hollen, brokering a bipartisan deal to trim the federal deficit is about more than dodging draconian across-the-board cuts or protecting a fragile economic recovery. It's also about proving that a bitterly divided Congress can still...
  • Can Rick Perry play 'oops' for laughs?

    Can Rick Perry play 'oops' for laughs?
    Can Rick Perry laugh his way back into contention? His campaign seems to think it can't hurt, adding a pair of comedy shows to his itinerary as part of a sudden media blitz aimed at minimizing the damage from his 53-second debate lapse. On Thursday...
  • Super-committee failure may be new blow for unpopular Congress

    Super-committee failure may be new blow for unpopular Congress
    The imminent failure of the super-committee process may have this as its legacy: Somehow, it's made Congress even more unpopular. Americans' regard for lawmakers in Washington has never been particularly high, but this year the polling has been...