Connecticut

Ross D. Franklin / AP

U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut has responded to the head of Homeland Security’s claim that there is no policy of separating children from their parents at the border.

State of Connecticut Judicial Branch

Richard Robinson, the first African-American chief justice of Connecticut, is to be sworn in Monday at a ceremony at the state Supreme Court in Hartford.

Robinson, a 60-year-old Stamford native who now lives in Stratford, is to be sworn in by Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy. The Governor has known Robinson since the 1980s when Robinson was staff counsel for the City of Stamford and Malloy was on the city finance board.

John Minchillo / AO

A new report finds that New York is more insulated than other states from the effects of automation, thanks in large part to New York City’s hospitality sector, but 12 percent of the state’s workforce could still largely be automated by technology.

Uber-Like Bus Service To Be Tested In Norwalk

Jun 15, 2018
Courtesy of Norwalk Transit

The City of Norwalk and the Connecticut Department of Transportation will test a new Uber-like bus service.  

Jessica Hill / AP

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy vetoed two more bills on Thursday, bringing his total to seven vetoes so far this year.

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