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  • Malloy, Foley Clash In Debate Over Taxes, Economy

    Malloy, Foley Clash In Debate Over Taxes, Economy
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican business executive Tom Foley clashed Tuesday night on the economy, jobs, and education in their second major televised debate. In a last-minute, lightning-round question that Foley said caught him off guard, both...
  • Hillary Clinton cancels Brown fundraising appearance, sends Bill Clinton

    Hillary Clinton cancels Brown fundraising appearance, sends Bill Clinton
    New grandmother and former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton has decided to stay home in New York with daughter Chelsea today, skipping a planned high-dollar fundraiser for Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown.  Instead, former President Bill...
  • Glassman, Griebel Are Panelists For CCSU Discussion on 'The Race for Governor'

    Glassman, Griebel Are Panelists For CCSU Discussion on 'The Race for Governor'
    NEW BRITAIN - Central Connecticut State University on Oct. 2 will host a panel talk about the governor's race. Oz Griebel, former Republican primary candidate for governor and chief executive of the Metro Hartford Alliance, and Simsbury First...
  • Gov Candidates Slated To Debate At Least Five More Times

    Gov Candidates Slated To Debate At Least Five More Times
    HARTFORD – In high-profile gubernatorial races from Maine to Michigan, candidates are skipping out on televised debates. But the governor's race in Connecticut is bucking the trend. Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican Tom Foley are...
  • Jimmy Carter's hometown celebrates his 90th birthday

    PLAINS,Ga. The party had all the right festive touches: Colorful balloons. "Happy Birthday" sung loudly, if not exactly on key, by all the guests. Secret Service agents hovering protectively near the peanut butter ice cream. Best of all, the birthday...
  • Rebecca Eagan: On environmental stewardship, Charlie Crist has better record

    If Amendment 1, the Water and Land Legacy amendment, is passed by voters and gains conservation funds for the next 20 years, it is unlikely the two gubernatorial candidates would handle its implementation in the same way. While most articles paint Gov....
  • Shouldn't Gov. Scott reveal names of 'shady' judges appointed by Crist?

    Shouldn't Gov. Scott reveal names of 'shady' judges appointed by Crist?
    If Gov. Rick Scott knows that former Gov. Charlie Crist appointed a lot of shady judges at the behest of convicted swindler Scott Rothstein, when is Gov. Scott going to release the names of all these crooked judges? Shouldn't we get them off the bench?...
  • Embarrassments keep coming at election time

     Embarrassments keep coming at election time
    At least the citizens of Dania Beach won't have to worry about electing a felon to their city commission. But it's fair to wonder if another city might face a similar problem in the future. The name of James Ridgely III, whose felony record makes...
  • Quinn embraces Obamacare ahead of president's fundraising visit

    Quinn embraces Obamacare ahead of president's fundraising visit
    Gov. Pat Quinn wasn’t especially visible when Illinois residents were signing up for Affordable Care Act coverage last year, but on Tuesday he called getting people health coverage the “mission of a lifetime.” Three things have...
  • NHL Board of Governors appove sale of Islanders

    The Sports Xchange NHL Board of Governors appove sale of Islanders The sale of a minority stake in the New York Islanders to Scott Malkin and Jonathan Ledecky from Charles Wang was unanimously approved at the National Hockey League's Board of...
  • California governor signs 'gun violence restraining order' law

    SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - People who fear a close relative may commit gun violence will be able to petition a judge to temporarily remove the person's firearms in California, under a bill signed into law on Tuesday by Democratic Governor Jerry Brown....