Robert Segee remembered the day in 1944 the children burned in Hartford. The day black smoke rose over Connecticut and the smell of burning canvas mixed with human flesh. It was a day that had haunted the capital city and the circus for decades and had become inextricably linked with his own…

On a fall day in 1936, just months before the airship’s fiery end, Connecticut residents stood slack-jawed as the pride of Nazi Germany soared overhead. Dubbed the ‘Millionaires’ Flight’ for the luminaries aboard, the spectacle appeared to confirm the ascendancy of airship travel. 

In 1965, the day before Columbus Day, Yale announced the existence of a spectacular rediscovered historic document: the Vinland Map. Dated to 1440 A.D., the purportedly Norse map depicted “Vinland,” the land discovered by Leif Ericson around 1000 and known today as Newfoundland. The document…

Connecticut may be far away from the red carpet and Hollywood glamour that will be on display at the 89th Academy Awards Feb. 26 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, but over the years the state has enjoyed its fair share of movie magic. 

Connecticut Airman John Chapman Was Left For Dead on an Afghan Peak in 2002. Now, New Evidence Appears to Show He Fought On Alone and Outnumbered Against Impossible Odds Before His Death. Will It Earn Him the Medal of Honor?

Connecticut Airman John Chapman Was Left For Dead on an Afghan Peak in 2002. Now, New Evidence Appears to Show He Fought On Alone and Outnumbered Against Impossible Odds Before His Death. Will It Earn Him the Medal of Honor?