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  • Who do Democrats really want?

    Fast forward. It's the last night of the 2016 Democratic Party nominating convention. The first woman presidential nominee takes the stage to claim her hard fought prize. Balloons drop and confetti fills the air as the crowd begins to chant wait for it � "Win, Liz, Win."
  • Elizabeth Warren keeps pressure on Hillary Clinton and Democrats ahead of 2016

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren has an explanation for the singular nature of her power. "I'll always be an outsider. That's how I understand the world," the Massachusetts Democrat said in an interview. "There's a real benefit to being clear about this. I know...

    Process For Replacing Simsbury's Glassman Murky; Residents Seek To Have Pay Cut Rescinded

    Process For Replacing Simsbury's Glassman Murky; Residents Seek To Have Pay Cut Rescinded
    SIMSBURY — As town officials try to decipher murky town and state laws to determine how to replace First Selectman Mary Glassman, who announced her resignation Monday because of a salary cut, residents are trying to gather enough signatures on a...

    Possible 'hybrid' Net neutrality rules get chilly reception

    Internet service providers, Web-based entrepreneurs and consumer groups are sharply divided over whether and how the Federal Communications Commission should try to preserve the Net's status as an open, neutral platform for innovation. Now, in trying to...

    The Republicans' midterm advantage: reliable voters

    National polling on the Nov. 4 midterm elections confirms a doleful trend that's been firming up all year: Voters aren't enthusiastic about their choices — on either side. A Gallup Poll last week found that only 32% of voters said they felt...