The new education secretary is prepared to take on the storm-term, and long-term challenges of his new office.
Rather than kick and buck against Haaland’s nomination, senators should embrace the opportunity to be part of a steady transition to cleaner energy.
While past dealings, including too-cozy relationships between board personnel and those hired to do work for it, appear to be the subject of the investigation, doubts about the authority persist.
The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan is far overshooting the runway in its “rescue” mission.
When the offshore wind projects are completed in 10 to 20 years, the port will be left with heavy-lift infrastructure that should expand its uses
Tanden is eminently qualified. She’s facing opposition not mainly for her views on policy, but because in the past she’s said mean things on Twitter.
A 2020 report on mall reuse points to “the vital role of the local (state, county or city) government in leading the repurposing effort to bring back economic activity”
Whether further developments prove Lamont right or wrong, making tough decisions — and sometimes unpopular ones — is called leadership.
There is no good reason lawmakers should deny voters the opportunity to make this decision as soon as possible.
We remain convinced that a path forward can be found to save Seaside while retaining public access to the rocky waterfront for fishing, picnicking and other passive recreational uses.
Getting students back in classrooms is not only important for their benefit, but for society generally.
The Connecticut Port Authority has agreed to pass along to the Office of State Ethics questions about possible conflicts of interest. That's a good sign for the agency.