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  • Honda Civic

    Honda Civic
    For those keeping count, the all-new 2012 Honda Civic is the ninth generation of Civics to grace America’s roads. The car has been a top seller in its class since being introduced in 1973 and was often the benchmark competitors used to chart their...
  • An American In Germany: About My Upcoming Fellowship Of A Lifetime

    International politics is not my “beat” at FOX CT, but that didn’t stop me from applying for the opportunity of a lifetime, a trip to Europe to visit with my professional counterparts and interview top brass at the European Union and...
  • Inside The Euro Crisis with Eckart von Klaeden, Minister of State in the Federal Chancellery

    Inside The Euro Crisis with Eckart von Klaeden, Minister of State in the Federal Chancellery
    On day two of my fellowship in Germany, our group of 12 American journalists learned more about the organization sponsoring our trip, the RIAS Berlin Kommission. RIAS stands for "Radio in the American Sector" and is a former radio station based in...
  • Annual Festival of Light Moves To Bushnell Park

    Annual Festival of Light Moves To Bushnell Park
    Say it isn't so! No more holiday Festival of Lights on Constitution Plaza? This from the mayor's office. Somehow I just don't think it will be the same... "A beloved 47-year-old holiday tradition in the City of Hartford is getting reinvigorated thanks to...
  • Romney a no-go in 2016; GOP newcomer 'may have a better chance'

    Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney announced Friday that he will not run for president in 2016, catching even some of his closest supporters by surprise and scrambling the race for the Republican Party nomination. Two weeks after he publicly...
  • Texas governor urges civility after lawmaker's Muslim remarks

    Texas governor urges civility after lawmaker's Muslim remarks
    Republican Gov. Greg Abbott said Friday that "we must have civil discourse" after a freshman Texas lawmaker instructed her staff to ask Muslims who were visiting the state Capitol to declare their allegiance to America. Abbott did not specifically...
  • Senate Approves Judges, Commissioners Friday

    Senate Approves Judges, Commissioners Friday
    The state Senate was moving quickly Friday to approve a series of nominees to various state posts on the bench and at the commissioner level. Many of the nominees were placed on "consent'' calendars that are set aside for unanimous votes for state...
  • Rahm Emanuel counts on big donors, with many getting City Hall benefits

     Rahm Emanuel counts on big donors, with many getting City Hall benefits
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel is building the most potent political cash machine in Chicago history by focusing on an elite circle of donors who frequently receive City Hall benefits, ranging from contracts and permits to appointments and personal endorsements...
  • Jamaica's Senate starts debate on decriminalization bill to pave way for medical marijuana

    Jamaica's Senate on Friday started debating a bill that would decriminalize possession of small amounts of pot and establish a licensing agency to regulate a lawful medical marijuana industry on the island where the drug has long been pervasive but...
  • Maryland lawmakers take fresh run at legalizing marijuana

    Maryland lawmakers take fresh run at legalizing marijuana
    In a year when budget cuts dominate debate in Annapolis, advocates for legalizing marijuana are mounting a renewed effort to get Maryland to follow the lead of Colorado and Washington state - if not now, then in a year or two. A Colorado state...
  • Punxsutawney Phil for Congress?

    Monday is Groundhog Day. Again! That means thousands of people will descended on the tiny Indiana County borough of Punxsutawney and its surrounding countryside to watch nature's meteorologist, Punxsutawney Phil, do his job at the crack of dawn....