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  • At least 113 staffers at U.S. Fed earn more than Yellen

    At least 113 staffers at U.S. Fed earn more than Yellen
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top 113 earners among staff at the Federal Reserve's Washington headquarters make an average of $246,506 per year, excluding bonuses and other benefits - more than Fed Chair Janet Yellen and nearly double the normal top...
  • What would a GOP Senate mean? Following the law

    What would a GOP Senate mean? Following the law
    A Republican U.S. Senate would mean the nation can get back to following the Constitution ("What a GOP Senate would mean," Oct. 13). The present Senate and administration have been ignoring our Constitution since Barack Obama became president. Bernard...
  • Oct 20 Letters: Feral cats, Newport News tethering ban, Election Day, taxpayers' money

    Help feral cats survive The feral cat's life is full of hardships. Its life expectancy is only two years. It often deals with starvation, disease, predators and traffic, which take a heavy toll. Cats become feral due to human neglect. Reducing the...
  • A political crisis called Ebola

    A political crisis called Ebola
    Until last week, Ebola was merely a humanitarian disaster and a threat to global health. Now it's a U.S. political crisis too. And that's not just because of the heightened vitriol between the two parties in an election year. The Obama administration's...
  • A Primer On The Proposed State Constitutional Amendment

    A Primer On The Proposed State Constitutional Amendment
    HARTFORD – People who would like to have more convenient ways to vote in Connecticut might consider voting for the constitutional amendment on this year's ballot. Those who are more worried about voter fraud or political shenanigans may prefer to...
  • Malloy, Foley Battle Over Releasing Tax Returns

    Malloy, Foley Battle Over Releasing Tax Returns
    It's a battle of the tax returns as both Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican business executive Tom Foley are charging that the other candidate is not revealing enough about his personal finances. The state Democratic Party reissued the charge Sunday...
  • We're living in depressing times

    We're living in depressing times
    Some people I know refuse to watch the news or read the papers these days, and who can blame them? The headlines are depressing and no one seems to be in charge. The stock market rises and falls, playing "now you see it, now you don't" with your 401k,...
  • Our choice for governor: Crist

    Our choice for governor: Crist
    There's no getting around it: The Republican and Democratic parties in Florida have nominated two flawed candidates for governor. But in choosing between the two, incumbent Republican Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist, voters have the...
  • Are these 10 vulnerable House members lucky or good?

    WASHINGTON All's fair in love and ... House races? Not so much. Less than three weeks before Election Day, would-be safe incumbents such as Reps. Lee Terry, R-Neb., and Brad Schneider, D-Ill., are scrambling to win in partisan districts while these 10...
  • With little money, two underdogs challenge Frosh for attorney general

    With little money, two underdogs challenge Frosh for attorney general
    After a bruising primary contest in which he spent more than $1.5 million, Democrat Brian Frosh has less than $80,000 left for his campaign to be Maryland attorney general. The problem for his two general election opponents? Combined, they have less than...
  • Chapter Three: A Nation Torn Apart

    Chapter Three: A Nation Torn Apart
    A year after buying The Courant, John L. Boswell made a bold move — he began publishing The Hartford Daily Courant on Sept. 12, 1837. It was especially brave considering the financial panic that had gripped much of the nation that year as 600...