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  • New Report on Lanza: Parental Denial, Breakdowns, Missed Opportunities

    New Report on Lanza: Parental Denial, Breakdowns, Missed Opportunities
    In February 2007, Yale clinicians identified in Adam Lanza what they believed were profound emotional disabilities and offered him treatment that they said could give him relief for the first time in his troubled life. But Adam was angry and anxious,...
  • Why Hogan won

    Why Hogan won
    Republican Larry Hogan's victory in Maryland's governor's race was a stunning political upset. The businessman ran a strong campaign that was focused almost entirely on taxes and the economy. He avoided potentially divisive issues and presented himself as...
  • Florida State latest site of heartbreak

     Florida State latest site of heartbreak
    Again. That has to be the first reaction after hearing about the tragic shooting Thursday morning inside the main library at Florida State University. Again. After praying for those injured in the shooting, and hoping for the well-being of all the...
  • Capitol Caldron: Hot Summer Of '91 Gave Birth To Income Tax

    Capitol Caldron: Hot Summer Of '91 Gave Birth To Income Tax
    It was a blisteringly hot summer in 1991, and Connecticut residents were steamed that a budget crisis meant closing many state parks on the Fourth of July. The parks were collateral damage in an epic struggle between Gov. Lowell P. Weicker and the...
  • Hartford Man Charged With Drug, Gun Possession

    Hartford Man Charged With Drug, Gun Possession
    HARTFORD — A man who police say is a convicted felon and known gang member was arrested Wednesday afternoon and charged with drug and gun possession. Joel Deleon, 33, was stopped on Farmington Avenue after members of the police Shooting Task Force...
  • Hogan defeats Brown

    Hogan defeats Brown
    Republican Larry Hogan's campaign to "Change Maryland" scored a stunning upset Tuesday as he defeated Democrat Anthony G. Brown in the race for governor. Hogan, 58, ran on a promise to curb state spending and cut taxes. He will become Maryland's...
  • California overreached on concealed carry

    To the editor: California's law allowing counties to restrict permits for carrying concealed weapons denies ordinary citizens the right to defend themselves when necessary. The law assumes that a sheriff or police chief is truly clairvoyant and can...
  • Netanyahu on synagogue attack: 'We will settle the score'

    Netanyahu on synagogue attack: 'We will settle the score'
     Two Palestinians armed with a meat cleaver and a gun killed five people in a Jerusalem synagogue on Tuesday before being shot dead by police, the deadliest such incident in six years in the holy city. Three of the victims held dual U.S.-Israeli...
  • Silencers: Florida's latest sideshow distraction in guns

    Silencers: Florida's latest sideshow distraction in guns
    OMG!! Did you hear??!! Florida has another gun debate!!! It's about silencers!! The NRA wants to allow them for hunters!! Gun-control advocates can now start screaming about the dangers of silent mass murderers!! And NRA members can scream about...
  • Malloy Focusing On Budget Cuts This Week As Deficit Looms

     Malloy Focusing On Budget Cuts This Week As Deficit Looms
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will be cutting the state budget later this week in order to help close a projected deficit ranging between $89 million and $99 million in the current fiscal year. Malloy's budget director, Benjamin Barnes, said...
  • A sane gun law is under fire in San Diego

    A sane gun law is under fire in San Diego
    Under California law, counties have the option of restricting permits to carry concealed weapons in public to those applicants who establish a “good cause” for doing so. Or they did until earlier this year, when a divided three-judge panel...