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  • Malloy's Victory A 'Bright Spot' For National Democrats Trying To Rebuild

    Malloy's Victory A 'Bright Spot' For National Democrats Trying To Rebuild
    As national Democrats focus on revamping their strategy for future elections, they are looking to Connecticut Gov Dannel P Malloy, who won while many candidates in his party lost on Election Day. Heading into the campaign season this year, Malloy's...
  • New Jersey 12-year-old accidentally shoots, critically injures sister

    New Jersey 12-year-old accidentally shoots, critically injures sister
    A 12-year-old boy in New Jersey accidentally shot his 9-year-old sister Saturday afternoon while the siblings were playing with a handgun, police said. The young girl is in critical, but stable, condition at University Hospital in Newark, said Sgt....
  • Democrats stood for nothing

    I say this as a lifelong Democrat: The Democrats deserved to lose on Nov. 4. Nationally, they behaved like frightened little chickens, meekly accepting their opponents’ most inflammatory and unfounded misrepresentations and offering no counter-...
  • In Malloy-Foley Race, Many Voters Saw No Good Choice

    In Malloy-Foley Race, Many Voters Saw No Good Choice
    The 2014 governor's race hinged largely on which of two unpopular candidates managed to make himself less disliked than the other, each trying to get voters to overcome negative opinions, swallow hard and vote for him. That's what the pundits and...
  • Why The Race For Governor Was So Close

    Why The Race For Governor Was So Close
    Four years ago this week, after Dan Malloy pulled out a squeaker against Greenwich investor Tom Foley, the Democratic governor-elect would have been forgiven if he looked ahead and figured his re-election would be easier. The economy was still rough...
  • Midterm elections confirm all politics is local

    The midterm elections confirmed the popular expressions that all politics is local, and one size doesn’t fit all. Sending politicians to Washington to make decisions on behalf of all citizens in the United States often conflicts with their...
  • A lot of good news mixed in with the bad

    For Democrats, looking for any good news out of the midterm election results is like the ghoulish old joke: "Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?" But, believe it or not, shining among the rubble are a few nuggets of good news --...
  • By Bailing Out Just Before Election, Visconti Damaged Third-Party Movement

    By Bailing Out Just Before Election, Visconti Damaged Third-Party Movement
    We've looked at what Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican challenger Tom Foley did to shape the voting landscape beyond last week's election. The third man on the ballot, petitioning candidate Joe Visconti, also played a role that will far outlast his...
  • A foreign affairs to-do list for the GOP

    The “red wave” of the midterms means Republicans will have considerably greater leverage dealing with Barack Obama's waning presidency. In national security matters, however, unlike domestic affairs, Congress confronts important...
  • California dad jailed after son brought loaded gun to school

    California dad jailed after son brought loaded gun to school
      A former San Diego County sheriff's deputy whose 14-year-old son triggered a lockdown by bringing a loaded gun to school was sentenced on Thursday to eight months' combined jail time and electronic monitoring at home, plus four years' probation....
  • Stevie Wonder keys in on songs of his life during rare tour

    Stevie Wonder keys in on songs of his life during rare tour
    It seems each generation discovers a new Stevie Wonder. In the early 1960s, he was the musical boy genius who at 13 became the youngest artist to ever to have a No. 1 record, with “Fingertips — Part 1 & 2.” In the later 1960s, he was...