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Federal Government bypasses a shutdown

Erin Smith, Politics Editor November 20, 2023

The United States Senate passed their third temporary government funding package that will end the threat of a federal government shutdown in 2023. The bill passed the Senate, 87-11, and will be sent to...

Senator Chris Murphy is running for reelection

Lily Fleming, Contributing Writer April 11, 2023

After serving Connecticut’s fifth congressional district for six years, Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) was elected to the Senate in 2012. On March 30 Murphy announced he will be running for a third term in 2024....

USGA President Saniyah Brinney (left) and Vice President of Operations Cora Cogil hold a poster with voting instructions, West Haven, Aug. 24.

USGA seeking more voters in current Senate election

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor August 25, 2022

As the new academic year welcomes both returning students and newcomers to the university community, the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA), is pressing towards stronger representation...

Meet this year’s USGA candidates

Miriam Correia March 19, 2015

Monday, March 9, the candidates for the USGA elections were formally introduced in the Bartels Programming Space.  Current USGA President, Richard Rotella, hosted and brought a lighthearted attitude to...

Victorious GOP Sets Out to Repair Image

The Associated Press November 10, 2010

WASHINGTON – Republicans cast themselves as the anti-Obama and scored a blowout at the polls. Now their real work — repairing the party's still-tattered image and earning voters' trust — begins. It's...

GOP Spokesman: Senate GOP to Oppose Obama Tax Plan

The Associated Press September 15, 2010

WASHINGTON – Senate Republicans will oppose any effort to renew soon-to-expire Bush administration tax cuts if upper income taxpayers are excluded from the reductions. A spokesman for Senate GOP Leader...

Brown: Mass. victory sends “very powerful message’

Liz De La Torre January 20, 2010

From The Associated Press BOSTON – Republican Scott Brown, fresh from a stunning Massachusetts Senate victory that shook the power balance on Capitol Hill, declared Wednesday that his election had...

Suddenly close Mass. race threatens national Dems

Liz De La Torre January 19, 2010

From The Associated Press BOSTON – In a contest with major national implications, Massachusetts voters chose a successor to the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy on Tuesday in a down-to-the-wire election...

Lieberman: Senate to investigate Ft. Hood shooting

Liz De La Torre November 8, 2009

From The Associated Press FORT HOOD, Texas – A key U.S. senator said Sunday he would begin an investigation into whether the Army missed signs that the man accused of opening fire at Fort Hood had...

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