Malcolm Tang
Staff Reporter
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Farmington couple gets stay

It was supposed to be a vigil. The Farmington community had gathered on the night before the expected deportation of Kris and Tony Huang. But […]

CT gets help from new federal budget

Although congressional Democrats failed to secure protection for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, Connecticut may have plenty to gain from the federal budget […]

Malloy calls for “Connecticut fairness”

Two days after announcing a detailed budget proposal to reduce long-term deficits, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy delivered his final State of the State Address to […]

Assembly overrides Malloy’s health care veto

Facing public outcry after last year’s funding cuts, an overwhelming majority of the Connecticut General Assembly voted on Jan. 31 to override Gov. Dannel Malloy’s […]

Sen. Murphy visits Planned Parenthood

Following Senate Republicans’ unsuccessful push to ban abortion after 20 weeks, U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn. hosted a roundtable discussion in the Elm City on […]

Alders debate civilian review board at Dems panel

The Yale College Democrats hosted a panel with New Haven community leaders on Wednesday night, part of the group’s larger effort to expand its engagement […]

Crowded CT governor race expands

With more than a dozen candidates in the race to replace outgoing Gov. Dannel Malloy and a couple more on the fence, Connecticut looks set […]

Yale-China program expands

The number of Chinese doctorate students at the School of Public Health will double this fall, thanks to an expanded partnership with the Chinese Scholarship […]

New Haven homicides hit new low

New Haven saw just seven homicides in 2017, the city’s lowest total in half a century. According to New Haven Police Department reports, last year’s […]

Alders make routine appointments

The Aldermanic Affairs Committee of the New Haven Board of Alders approved four appointments to the city’s boards and commissions at a meeting on Monday […]

ACA enrollment period shortened

With the enrollment period for federal health care halved, health exchange workers in Connecticut and across the country may have to work twice as fast […]