| May 8, 2010
| 12:02 PM
Terror can come cheap.
Confessed Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad appears to have financed his failed plot with a wad of $100 bills, but the amount of money needed to execute the scheme was fairly modest.
There was his plane ticket to the U.S. from...
| May 19, 2010
Political analysts predicted dire, perhaps fatal consequences for Richard Blumenthal's U.S. Senate candidacy after the popular state attorney general admitted Tuesday that he incorrectly asserted, "on a few occasions," that his military service included...
| May 17, 2010
HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: From the white cedars that reminded the Rev. James Fitch, a founding father, of the cedars of Lebanon mentioned in the Bible.
ORIGINS: Incorporated in 1700 from land grants and private land purchased by settlers directly from the...
| May 24, 2010
You have been hearing a lot of noise from both sides of Arizona's immigration law. But most of that noise isn't coming from Arizona.
So what do Arizonans think about the City of Sacramento, banning Arizona because of the immigration law?
"I think it's...
| May 27, 2010
| 4:24 AM
A muggy, miserable 95 degrees in May and all the beading sweat that imposes on the public ws not enough to deter the dozens who insisted Wednesday on eating al fresco in West Hartford Center. They lunched at the bistro-style tables along Farmington Avenue...
| Jan 3, 2010
| 9:59 PM
SAN'A, Yemen - Western embassies in Yemen locked up Sunday after fresh threats from al-Qaida, and the White House expressed alarm at the terror group's expanded reach in the poor Arab nation where an offshoot apparently ordered the Christmas Day plot...
| Jan 14, 2010
| 4:29 PM
Three days after announcing his plan to take on Connecticut's senior senator, Rob Simmons breezed past a bunch of kids sitting in the gym of the Regional Multicultural Magnet School in New London.
It wasn't a political appearance: Simmons was here to...
| Jun 12, 2010
The lawyers in the landmark federal trial over the constitutionality of California's gay marriage ban may have to check their dazzling oratory at the courtroom door during next week's closing arguments.
The presiding judge wants them to answer 39...
| Jun 13, 2010
| 5:11 AM
Hien Luu knew how to say "hello." That turned out to be a convenient icebreaker for a 6-year-old whose only other handle on the English language was counting from one to seven.
This was fall of '98, shortly after her family left a life in Vietnam for the...
| Jun 13, 2010
| 12:19 PM
SAN FRANCISCO -- The landmark federal trial over the constitutionality of California's gay marriage ban is scheduled to resume after a 4 1/2 month hiatus this week with closing arguments. But instead of oratory from opposing council, the presiding judge...
| Jun 17, 2010
Jonathan Wolken, one of the co-founders, artistic directors and driving forces of the Pilobolus Dance Theater, which became internationally known for its combination of modern dance, gymnastics and performance art, has died. He was 60.
Wolken died Sunday...