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ON ASSIGNMENT - The best images of the day
May 31, 2013
As a visual journalist, it's a bit strange I fixated on the memory and legacy of muckraking columnist Mike Royko following yesterday's news coming from the Chicago Sun-Times.
The photography department, photographers and...
Good for the Gander?
It's not often that the camera turns on me. Or at least it's not often that it turns on...
TODAY, IN THE DAY - Columnist David Collins is a close reader of The Day and shares some thoughts on what's in the news here and elsewhere.
April 13, 2013
It's hard to think anyone launched a federal corruption investigation in Connecticut to end up with a few convictions of some campaign aides. The General Assembly is lawyered up, and it looks like the prosecution pipeline is in place.
ON THE DOCKET - Court reporter Karen Florin blogs about court cases and legal matters that are in the news.
April 1, 2013
Readers told us in the comment section last week that a story about New London police officers punching and kicking a suspect is not news. Let me explain how the story came about.
Somebody I know told...
Vultures and jackals
In the space of just a couple of days this week, I was called a "vulture" in the course...
THE DOG DISHES - When not on guard for trespassing squirrels or attempting to snuggle with skunks, Rufus is observing the world, as run by humans, and sharing his ruminations with readers.
May 1, 2013
Connecticut residents are really stressed. Luckily, Rufus has the cure.