Adam Bowles hopes to raise at least one dollar for each of the 2,300 miles driven — funds that will go toward supporting the victims of the El Paso massacre.
JT Lewis, 19, said he's challenging incumbent Tony Hwang to honor his brother Jesse, who died in the 2012 school massacre.
The 2018 midterm election’s blue wave made a splash at more than just the federal level.
The state will be the seventh to offer the benefit to new parents.
Jennifer Dulos, 50, went missing on May 24 after dropping her five kids off at school in Connecticut. She hasn't been found.
That makes it the fourth state just this year to sign off on $15.
A fire at the Diyanet Mosque was “intentionally set,” a New Haven fire official said.
The states claim the companies artificially inflated and manipulated prices for more than 100 different generic drugs.
The golfer was treated for cuts after the "extremely rare" attack.
Amy Lappos, a former congressional aide, says the then-vice president grabbed her by the head and rubbed noses with her.
Infowars host Alex Jones was questioned for three hours by the lawyer of a Sandy Hook parent who has accused him of causing the victims’ families pain by claiming the shooting was a hoax. It did not go well for Jones.
In a deposition, Jones refused to admit his repeated false Sandy Hook hoax claims caused pain to the victims' families.
Connecticut's Ella Briggs was sworn in as her state's "kid governor" in January and ran on a pro-LGBTQ platform.
A grand jury is reportedly probing whether the former Interior chief lied to investigators about the agency's 2017 decision to block the project.
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled Remington can be sued over how it marketed the rifle used in the 2012 Newtown tragedy.
The third time's the charm for Lamont after two previous bids for Connecticut office failed.
Ed Charamut initially denied that the mailer, which shows Jewish opponent Matt Lesser clutching a fistful of cash, contained hateful stereotypes.
His journals and other items will be made public, according to a ruling by the Connecticut Supreme Court.
The "Redneck Woman" singer was charged with breach of peace in Connecticut after reportedly getting into a dispute over a bathroom.
The Hotchkiss School, a co-ed boarding school in Lakeville, released findings from an independent investigation on Friday.