Chris Snyder

A French bakery in Fairfield, Connecticut has seen an outpouring of support since the terrorist attacks in Paris last week.

A Syrian refugee family that was turned away by the governor of Indiana has settled in New Haven, Connecticut.

Conn. Governor Dannel Malloy said the young couple fled from Homs when their son was less than a year old. They spent five years in a camp in Jordan awaiting entry into the United States.

Malloy met with the family on Wednesday.

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More than 40 workers who weren't injured but lost their jobs in a deadly power plant explosion cannot sue several contractors for hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost wages, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.

In a 6-0 decision, the justices said case law in most parts of the country does not permit such lawsuits.

Yale University

Yale University's president has announced several changes in response to concerns that were expressed by students through protests and through meetings with university officials about the racial climate on campus and diversity.

Last night, Peter Salovey said Yale plans to launch a center devoted to race, ethnicity, and other aspects of social identity.