Connecticut is the southernmost state in the New England region of the northeastern United States
The US surge mirrors a similarly widespread spike in Europe, where Rome, Paris, and other major cities are reining in nightlife as part of the increasingly drastic measures undertaken to slow the spread of the pandemic
Coronavirus Outbreak: Brooks Koepka, Webb Simpson among five golfers to withdraw from Travelers Championship after virus threat
The tour released results that showed three positive tests at the TPC River Highlands in Connecticut — Cameron Champ and the caddies for Koepka and McDowell. There were no positive tests on the Korn Ferry Tour event in Utah.
Six-week-old dies of coronavirus in Connecticut as US nationwide toll crosses 5,000; nobody safe, says state governor
A report in the Hartford Courant newspaper quoted officials as saying that the infant arrived at the hospital unresponsive and tested positive for the coronavirus post-mortem.
As coronavirus spread, many residents kept mum, worried about being ostracized by their neighbors and that their children would be kicked off coveted sports teams or miss school events.
16 US states sue Donald Trump for declaring national emergency to fund border wall, claim move violates Constitution
Sixteen US states sued US president Donald Trump's administration on Monday over his decision to declare a national emergency to fund a wall on the southern border with Mexico, saying the move violated the constitution.
Along with Pramila Jayapal, three other Indian-Americans - Raja Krishnamoorthi from Illinois, Ro Khanna and Dr Ami Bera from California - are seeking re-elections in US Congressional elections
Paul Manafort trial: From Donald Trump's election campaign to guilty verdict, a look at the political consultant's journey
Paul Manafort was riding high, raking in tens of millions of dollars as the strategic adviser to pro-Russian politicians in Ukraine. Here's Manafort's journey from Trump's campaign to prison.
In 2012, the Sandy Hook shooting rattled the education and law enforcement community. School authorities across the country began employing additional security measures to safeguard their students
Indian-American investment banker Harry Arora to run for US House of Representatives from Connecticut
An Indian-American Harry Arora investment banker has announced his plan to run for the US House of Representatives from a Congressional seat in Connecticut
Denver Walmart shooting: Lenient gun control, security hurdles make such tragedies almost unavoidable
Gun laws in Las Vegas are some of the most lenient in the US. In Nevada, people are allowed to carry firearms and do not even have to register themselves as a gun owner.
15 states, District of Columbia sue Donald Trump administration over ending DACA: 'President's plan cruel, shortsighted'
Fifteen states and the District of Columbia sued the US government to block President Donald Trump's plan to end protection against deportation for young immigrants who New York's attorney general labeled the "best of America."
Lenovo agrees to pay $3.5 million to settle the allegation of using software compromising user security
Lenovo has agreed in order to settle allegations that it sold devices with pre-loaded software that compromised users’ security protections.
The governors of four US states (including two Republicans) are joining a bipartisan coalition of states which shall work to meet the goals of the Paris Deal.
Anti-Donald Trump protests: Divided America takes to the streets from West coast to heartland cities
The raw divisions exposed by the presidential race were on full display across America on Wednesday, as protesters flooded city streets to condemn Donald Trump's election in demonstrations that police said were mostly peaceful.
Verizon Communications Inc said on Thursday it plans to close call centers in five states, including its home state of New York, as the No. 1 wireless company trims head count and reorganizes operations in a saturated wireless market.
Connecticut announced plans Thursday to ban sales of weapons to terror suspects, in what would be the first such measure in the United States as it seeks to fight a scourge of gun violence.
An Indian-origin dentist, who attempted to extract 20 teeth from the mouth of a 64-year-old woman in one sitting which led to her death, has been charged in the US with negligent homicide.
The Royal Bank of Scotland was fined $50 million by a federal judge in the state of Connecticut Monday, part of more than $600 million in penalties announced last year for manipulating interest rates.