What began as a domestic violence call culminated in an explosion that sparked a massive fire.
One student showed “real and identifiable symptoms of having been traumatized,” a social worker said.
A science-oriented political action committee, 314 Action Fund, endorsed more than 50 candidates for state and local offices.
A driver intentionally crashed his vehicle into a Connecticut emergency room entrance, police say. He then exited the car engulfed in flames.
“It was an honor to meet so many bright and talented students!” Ivanka Trump tweeted.
The cyclists are riding with their backs to Congress this year to protest lawmakers not passing measures to reduce gun violence.
The record of Connie Dabate’s activity on the device suggests she died an hour later than her husband claims.
The legislation was introduced as a complete ban on weaponized drones but just before the committee vote it was amended to exclude police from the restriction.
“Gilmore Girls, A Year in the Life” was as overstuffed as Lorelai’s backpack with pop culture references, but hey, not so fast with the encomiums.
Sandy Hook families argue the rifle used in the 2012 school massacre should not have been entrusted to civilians.
The families argue that the sale of the military-style rifle used in the 2012 massacre violated Connecticut’s law.
A lawyer for the gun maker argued Monday that it’s not the role of a court or jury to decide who can own AR-15 rifles.
Senator Chris Murphy vows to remain on the floor until his Republican colleagues compromise on two gun control issues.
Sandy Hook families continue to argue the AR-15 rifle is too dangerous to entrust to the public.
A judge has denied a motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by families affected by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Mark and Jackie Barden are among 10 families suing gun companies for the weapon used in the Sandy Hook massacre.
Gun distributors currently are protected under a 2005 law that grants them immunity from civil lawsuits brought by victims of violence.
Mass shootings are not unknown to other countries. But in the U.S., a bitter political debate continues about gun laws.
Governor Dannel Malloy's action would be the first such move in U.S.