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SEC suspends convicted Htfd. attorney's law license

Patricia Daddona |

Federal authorities have suspended the law license of convicted felon and former Hartford attorney Corey J. Brinson, following his conviction and license suspension in Hartford Superior Court.

'Joementum' slows as Dems criticize Lieberman as possible FBI choice


Momentum slowed Friday on the expected nomination of former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman to head the FBI as the White House postponed an announcement of President Donald Trump's pick for the job...

CT takes legal action to protect ACA subsidies

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut took steps Thursday to protect health insurance subsidies enabled under the Affordable Care Act by intervening in a pending lawsuit that seeks to eliminate them, Attorney General George...

Trump says Lieberman front-runner to head FBI


President Donald Trump on Thursday said former Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman is his top pick to replace ousted James Comey at the FBI.

CT sues EPA over transient Pennsylvania air pollutants

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut is suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for failing to take action on the state's request to halt pollution blowing into Connecticut from a Pennsylvania coal-fired power...

Glastonbury man guilty in kickback scheme

Gregory Seay |

A Glastonbury man has been convicted in a Stamford construction kickback scheme, federal prosecutors say.

Acting lottery chief quits amid game probe

Patricia Daddona |

Frank Farricker, chairman and interim president and CEO of the Connecticut Lottery Corp., resigned Monday, a move one top Senate Republican described as the “right thing” to do.

Billion-dollar Anthem-Cigna battle unfolds as merger deal ends

Patricia Daddona |

Anthem has terminated its derailed $54 billion merger deal with Cigna, but animosity between the two healthcare insurance giants continues as both vow to do battle over Cigna's pursuit of a break-up...

Manchester man guilty in check fraud

Gregory Seay |

The owner of a Middletown convenience store faces as long as three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to running an unlicensed check-cashing operation linked to a federal tax-refund scam...

Malloys tags 13 for judgeships

Gregory Seay |

Thirteen Connecticut attorneys are the governor's nominees to fill vacancies in the state's courts.

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