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U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy: Thumbs-up for Lamont, thumbs-down for Trump

Noting that he sits on the Senate Appropriations Committee, Murphy said he was determined to “try and bring road and railway money back to Connecticut” this year.

White Plains chemical importer wants exception to Trump’s China tariffs

“Imposition of these tariffs will cause disproportionate economic harm to U.S. interests,” Itochu's attorneys wrote in a letter to U.S. Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer, and “it would have little or no impact on China.”

Trump’s promise of more funds for Opportunity Zones greeted with tempered...

“These are areas that can’t grow by themselves – they need private investment," says Betsy Paynter, executive director of redevelopment agency CityCenter Danbury.

CT, NY lawmakers seek $20M from Trump to protect LI Sound

“If we consider the status quo acceptable, the Long Island Sound and the coastline we know will not be recognizable to the next generation,” reads a letter from a bipartisan coalition.

Gov. Cuomo sees light at end of Gateway Tunnel

The Gateway Tunnel project had been moving forward under the Obama Administration, but was put on hold when Trump took office.

Chris Christie: Mid-term elections will have no impact on 2020 presidential...

Chris Christie said that Bob Stefanowski’s loss was due at least in part to national dissatisfaction with Trump’s performance.

SHU poll finds Stefanowski closing in on Lamont

According to the poll, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont’s lead over Republican opponent Bob Stefanowski has shrunken to 3.4 percentage points, putting the race in a statistical tie.

Ned Lamont: The FCBJ Interview, Part Two

“I’m willing to take the hit for every unpopular decision that needs to be made, and to share the credit whenever it deserves to be shared.”

Former Pace Law dean Alexandra Dunn tapped for EPA chemicals post

Dunn served as dean of environmental law programs from 2007-10 and taught Environmental Justice and Human Rights and the Environment as an adjunct professor at Pace Law in White Plains.

State coalition launches lawsuit over SALT cap in 2017 tax overhaul

New York leads a four-state coalition that argues the tax law targets Democratic states, interferes with each state's right to make fiscal decisions and will disproportionately harm taxpayers.

State marketplace health insurers blame individual mandate repeal for 24 percent...

The 14 insurers operating in the state’s individual health insurance marketplace requested, on average, a 24 percent rate hike, up significantly from last year’s average requests of 17 percent.

The joys and hassles of selling celebrity real estate

In many ways, celebrity-owned real estate is the proverbial double-edged sword for real estate agents. On the plus side, a celebrity attachment to a property gives it extra added attention. On occasion, however, a popular celebrity’s fanbase can get a bit carried away in keeping tabs on their favorite star’s activity.

Former Trump mansion in Greenwich relisted at $45M

The Greenwich mansion that served as a weekend home for Donald Trump and his first wife Ivana is back on the market for $45 million.

New York Obamacare exchange touts record 4.3 million people enrolled

New York State of Health boosted sign ups for the state's Medicaid and Essential Plan offerings, as well as in the commercial plans sold on the exchange.

Westfair survey results on President Trump’s first year in the White...

After a tumultuous inaugural year in office, how do you grade Donald J. Trump’s performance as our nation’s chief executive? That was the question we...