Zeke Miller
What politicians really do in their spare time

Let this be another reminder: Look around before you start playing solitaire when you shouldn’t. Three state lawmakers are facing public ridicule for their computer […]

After record delay, state passes budget

Connecticut finally has a budget — well, almost. After a nearly seven month budget battle between Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell and Democratic legislative leaders, […]

Peers approve of Sotomayor

Sonia Sotomayor LAW ’79, confirmed as a Supreme Court justice on Aug. 6 by the Senate, has come a long way since publishing her first […]

Sotomayor breaks records

Earlier this month, Judge Sonia Sotomayor LAW ’79 took her seat as a Supreme Court justice, replacing retiring Justice David Souter. It had been a […]

Dean ’71 talks health care, Yale

Long considered one of the most knowledgeable figures on the topic of health care, Howard Dean ’71 has recently been the subject of a number […]

Bomb scare shuts down Broadway

Broadway was closed to pedestrian and vehicular traffic for two hours Friday afternoon after an unattended bag left near the bus stop outside A-One Pizza […]

Firefighters: Sotomayor ruling violated our rights

Two New Haven firefighters told members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday that they believe Sonia Sotomayor LAW ’79 and other judges on the […]

Two firefighters, Law School professor to testify at Sotomayor confirmation hearing

Updated 3:36 p.m. Two New Haven firefighters and a Yale Law School professor will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week on the nomination […]

Harold Hongju Koh’s day of reckoning is here

Update: The vote has been moved up to 4:10 p.m., according to Reid’s office. The long-awaited confirmation vote on Harold Hongju Koh’s nomination to be […]

Reid to force vote on Koh confirmation

Updated 7:03 p.m. Harold Hongju Koh’s future should get a lot clearer in about 36 hours. Senate Democrats said this evening that they would give […]

Senate approves Koh. No, not that one.

One of the above Kohs has been confirmed by the Senate. Guess which one! (Hint: The less controversial one.) The Senate voted Friday to approve […]