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  • Clinton lays out vision, aims for FDR-Obama coalition

    NEW YORK Hillary Rodham Clinton's new campaign for the presidency is being built on policies she says will boost the middle class, but also are aimed at appealing to the coalition of voters forged by Franklin D. Roosevelt and modernized by Barack Obama....
  • Would Connecticut Companies Seriously Consider Moving to Indiana?

    Could I see General Electric, or Aetna, or Travelers, or any of the other companies that are whining over having to pay their fair share in taxes moving out of Connecticut? I guess. Nothing makes a big company or a one-percenter lose their mind like...
  • Clinton kicks off 2016 bid, embracing chance to make history

     Clinton kicks off 2016 bid, embracing chance to make history
    Hillary Rodham Clinton formally kicked off her presidential campaign on Saturday with an enthusiastic embrace of her potential to become the first woman to win the White House, asking supporters gathered at an outdoor rally to join her in building an...
  • Who was Hillary Clinton aiming at? Women and ascendant voters

    Who was Hillary Clinton aiming at? Women and ascendant voters
    Hillary Clinton will never win the presidency on the sheer force of lofty rhetoric, as her announcement speech demonstrated Saturday. But if she does win the White House, it will be because she accomplished what her speech set out to do: harness the...
  • Charles Benton, educational film distributor, dies at 84

    Charles Benton, educational film distributor, dies at 84
    Charles Benton, the son of a U.S. senator, was a film distributor who lobbied for free speech and civil liberties. "The flame of the public interest really burned in his breast," said former Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Michael Copps....
  • Hillary Clinton portrays herself as a fighter at kickoff rally

    Hillary Clinton portrays herself as a fighter at kickoff rally
    Hillary Rodham Clinton cast herself as a fighter for Americans who have yet to share in the nation's economic recovery, drawing inspiration from a Democratic icon as well as her own roots in public service Saturday as she launched a new phase of her...
  • Hastert joins crowded club of fallen moralists

    Hastert joins crowded club of fallen moralists
    Evil lurks in unlikely places. In movies, it is always the all-American nice guy who turns out to be the villain. In real life, think Bill Cosby (scolding others to "pull up their pants," even as he allegedly attacked women he had drugged into...
  • Hillary Clinton needs a do-over

    Hillary Clinton needs a do-over
    Almost exactly two months after Hillary Rodham Clinton's official announcement that she's running for president, she gave her first "official campaign announcement speech," according to her Twitter account. In other words, the Clinton campaign wanted...
  • With memories of mom, Clinton seeks reintroduction to voters

    Hillary Rodham Clinton, one of the best-known figures in American politics, will seek to reintroduce herself to voters on Saturday by telling the story of her mother's childhood struggles, pitching her 2016 presidential campaign as a fight on behalf of...
  • Bernie Sanders eyes top tax rate of more than 50 percent

    WASHINGTON Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Thursday he supports raising the top marginal tax rate to "over 50 percent" and increasing the corporate tax rate. In an interview on PBS' Charlie Rose program, the Vermont senator, who...
  • Carly Fiorina lays out plan for improving women's lot

    Carly Fiorina, the only woman in a historically crowded Republican presidential primary field, spoke out Thursday on how American women are better served by conservative ideals a key effort to distinguish herself both from her GOP rivals and from...