Politics & Public Affairs

A Middletown High School teacher was pressured to resign after showing his class a viral video about Donald Trump. ...
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In honor of Women's History Month, read about these courageous, outstanding women, all hailing from the Garden State....
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Is our state’s onerous estate tax driving people to retire elsewhere?...
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NJ Spotlight is seeking donations to help fund their year-long reporting project that delves into the lesser known stories of immigration in New Jersey....
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Co-founder and editor of the Cannabis Business Times, Noelle Skodzinski talks about the chances of legalizing marijuana in New Jersey....
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Pig farmer Henry J. Krajewski wanted our votes—and he’d promise free beer to get them....
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A few things old, a few things new on our legislative to-do list....
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In case The Donald gets the GOP nomination, we have some suggestions for his second in command. ...
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How to keep an eye out for cyber threats, and report anything suspicious....
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Tips on possible terror threats come under scrutiny at NJ’s Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness. ...
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Exclusive: Inside Bridgegate

January 18, 2016

In this exclusive excerpt from Matt Katz's new book, "American Governor: Chris Christie’s Bridge to Redemption," learn about the shock waves that rippled through Christie’s inner circle as the news spread....
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Didn't have time to read our best stories of 2015? We've compiled them here just for you....
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Hello, it's New Jersey.
 I was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet. ...
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Has New Jersey’s long-standing tradition of volunteer first aid reached the end of its life span?...
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Six contentious Garden State pipeline projects currently in the works....
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A proposed natural gas pipeline through just 10 miles of protected land has ignited protest and political intrigue in South Jersey....
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Supreme Court decision on pension deal opens new debate over unfunded liabilities....
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It’s a good thing when the state enacts a law to help families care for ailing loved ones—and do so… Read the rest

The Princeton history professor talks about his new book, how we expect too much out of our presidents, and why Congressional gridlock isn't anything new. ...
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The Daily Show host Jon Stewart, U.S. Women's soccer star Christie Rampone and baseball great Derek Jeter make the list of this year's Hall of Fame inductees....
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