The latest news on Connecticut
Lawmakers are debating whether to save General Motors, which could run out of cash by year's end.
School officials believe the event—played with fake money—violates Connecticut antigambling laws.
Democrat Jim Himes pulled out a victory in a traditionally left-leaning state.
Six schools in Connecticut are participating in the three-year pilot study.
Some think he's on his way to becoming a Republican.
Connecticut joins the states that have taken legal action against the mortgage lender.
With her free time, Secretary Spellings may start a Facebook page.
Along with environmental and security worries, add the threat of a higher price for power as natural gas imports rise.
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Here’s an hour-by-hour forecast for the initial returns on megaprimary night.