Winner of Connecticut's Democratic primary, Ned Lamont, who spent $4 million of his own money in a successful bid to oust incumbent three-term Senator Joe Lieberman, discusses the Senate race ahead of him as he challenges a Republican candidate and…
After serving as Connecticut's U.S. Senator for 18 years, Democrat Joe Lieberman lost his party's primary on Tuesday. Having announced his decision to run as an "Independent Democrat", Lieberman discusses why he will continue his campaign into the fall general…
Polls that once pegged Ned Lamont as a long-shot in Connecticut's Democratic primary for Senate, now have the first-time candidate ahead of incumbent Sen. Joseph Lieberman going into Tuesday's vote. But, as Gwen Ifill reported Monday, the race is far…
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the diplomatic efforts to end the Israeli-Hezbollah conflict, a possible civil war in Iraq, the Connecticut primary and the U.S. Senate.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss President Bush's tough stance on North Korea at a news conference in Chicago Friday and Joe Lieberman's chances at winning the Democratic bid in the Connecticut primaries.
In a second report in a series on the 2006 elections, Gwen Ifill reports on how supporting the Iraq war is affecting two congressional incumbents in Connecticut running for re-election in 2006.
Connecticut on Monday became the first state to sue the U.S. government over the No Child Left Behind law, saying the Department of Education has not supplied the necessary funds to implement the testing required by the federal education initiative.
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