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ELECTION LATEST: Biden declared winner; Trump remains defiant

Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the presidency and will take the oath of office as the nation's 46th commander-in-chief on Jan. 20. Biden...

Dunkin’ settles with NY over cyberattack lawsuit

Dunkin' Brands Inc. has settled a lawsuit filed by New York state stemming from a series of cyberattacks that compromised tens of thousands of...

Supreme Court overturns Vallas case

Court rules Vallas fit for superintendent position.

Bankruptcy filing for five HealthBridge nursing homes

Five Connecticut nursing homes managed by HealthBridge Management L.L.C. filed for bankruptcy after the Supreme Court denied the company's request to delay a court order calling for the reinstatement of more than 600 striking employees.

Scholastic on the hook for book taxes

The U.S. Supreme Court let stand a decision requiring Scholastic to collect Connecticut sales taxes from its school book club sales.

MTA tax defeated but not dead

The controversial MTA payroll tax was ruled unconstitutional but remains in effect pending an expected legal appeal by the MTA.

Champions in health care … reform

As January 2014 approaches, do you know the people crafting Connecticut’s new health system?

Health agency vies for home health boost

Local health institutions are vying for federal funding to provide additional care for seniors after they leave the hospital.

Court ruling brings mixed response

The U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling that upheld the Affordable Care Act’s mandate on individual insurance coverage by 2014 was received in Westchester and...

“Whatever the politics, today’s decision was a victory.”

Excerpts from President Obama’s remarks following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act. “The Supreme Court … reaffirmed a fundamental principle that...

After ACA, action

With the Supreme Court decision out, businesses and government agencies continue scrambling to ready for implementation of the Affordable Care Act.

Pitney Bowes recognized for employee health programs

As employers got a better handle on the future of health care in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable...

Supreme Court upholds individual mandate

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that future penalty payments by individuals who do not obtain health insurance are an allowable federal tax.

Supreme Court split decision on immigration

The Supreme Court upheld a key part of an Arizona law allowing for immigration status checks.

Court ban lifted for Shell partners

A state judge in Westchester lifted a court order that barred a partner’s removal from a Shell service stations business.