Politics & Public Affairs

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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On Wednesday night's episode of the Daily Show, Judge Andrew Napolitano made a suggestion for Jon's retirement. ...
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Former Port Authority exec faces 21 to 27 months in federal prison....
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Blurring the Lines

April 7, 2015

As Brian Williams learned, news and entertainment are a tricky mix when credibility is at stake. ...
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What he's charged with, who is his partner, and what happens next....
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Instead Christie administration looks to spend less and augment Transportation Trust Fund with NJ Transit loan fiscal year 2016....
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Assembly hopes to override the Christie administration's setbacks. ...
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Previous law only allowed service animals on school grounds....
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The Governor at 80

March 23, 2015

His gentlemanly style of politics may be out of favor, but 25 years after leaving office, Tom Kean is still intent on making a difference. ...
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A new state report outlines edible manufacturing guidelines. ...
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The answer to the classic Garden State question—what exit are you?—just got a little different for a handful of New Jerseyans....
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In Camden, a new county police force aims to connect with the people it is supposed to protect....
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Entrepreneurs forge ahead amid concerns about taxes, regulations and a shaky NJ economy....
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The 20 most frustrating, dashboard-bashing, teeth-clenching traffic nightmares in New Jersey. ...
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Why Jersey Roads Suck

December 9, 2014

Dense population centers, aging infrastructure and a failing transportation fund have put New Jersey on the brink of disaster. ...
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New book explores the governor’s life and times....
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Although private donations are on the rise, New Jersey’s nonprofits have yet to recover from recession-driven government cuts in support. ...
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