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New Jersey School Bus Crash Leaves Two Dead
A school bus carrying a group of fifth graders collided with a dump truck, leaving a teacher and a student dead.
2 Dead In School Bus Collision With Truck On New Jersey Highway
More than three dozen kids and adults were reportedly on board.
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Chris Christie Sticks Taxpayers With Huge Bill For Official Portrait
Detained New Jersey Teacher Faces Death Sentence Deportation
New Jersey teacher Ahmed Abdelbasit, who has been detained by ICE, told HuffPost, “If they send me back to Egypt, I will be hung right away.”
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Exclusive: ICE Detains A New Jersey Teacher Who'd Face A Death Sentence In Egypt
Ahmed Abdelbasit was condemned over pro-democracy protests in Egypt. His future in the U.S. is now uncertain.
Girls Leap To Save Themselves From Burning Dance Studio
No one was seriously injured in the New Jersey blaze, according to the mayor.
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New Jersey's Equal Pay Law Is The New Gold Standard
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The new policy says that women who do the same kind of work as men, regardless of job title, must be paid the same.
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New Jersey's Liberal New Governor Is The Anti-Chris Christie
Likable Phil Murphy is pushing an aggressively progressive agenda in Christie's old stomping ground.
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A New Jersey Judge Asked A Woman If She Closed Her Legs To Prevent Rape
John F. Russo has been on paid administrative leave since May 2017.
Feds Lend Help To Jersey Town On Projects That Would Benefit Kushner Resort
Another awkward situation for Trump's son-in-law and White House adviser.
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Winter Storm Dumps Heavy, Wet Snow On Northeast, Leaving Thousands Without Power
By Jonathan Allen, Reuters
Up to 2 feet of snow accumulation was expected in some inland parts of New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Massachusetts and 18 inches was possible in Maine.
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Northeast Braces For 2nd Major Winter Storm In A Week
Thousands of people are still without power after the previous storm.
N.J. Senate Passes Bill To Count Property Taxes As Charity To Sidestep Federal Law
The state gets creative after the GOP tax bill caps deductions.
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New Jersey Democrats Offering Bill to Allow Prisoners To Vote
The state would be just the third where felons in jail could cast a ballot.
New Jersey Cop Fired For Being Dominatrix Says She Was Just Acting
Kristen Hyman says she thought filming bondage videos "would be fun" and "interesting."
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Transgender Pastor Is Welcomed Into Church With A New Name
"Jesus, again and again, uses people on the outskirts of society to proclaim the message of God’s compassion," he said.
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New Jersey Deputy Mayor Compares Undocumented Immigrants To 'Rabid Raccoons'
Official Rick Blood said it "was a bonehead thing to do," but "not racial."
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States Set Aside Millions Of Dollars For Crime Victims. But Some Gun Violence Survivors Don’t Get the Funds They Desperately Need.
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After talking to New Jersey’s compensation office, Edmonds received a blank application and started to fill it out. The application
University Of Alabama Expels Sorority Sister For Using Racial Slurs In Video Rants
"I'm an idiot," she said of the vile clips.
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New Jersey Prisons End Ban On 'The New Jim Crow' After ACLU Protests
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Michelle Alexander’s book chronicles "how people of color are not just locked in, but locked out of civic life, and New Jersey has exiled them even further."
Report: SEC Probing Kushner Company Role In Visas-For-Money Program
Chinese who invest in Kushner company real estate deals can get green cards.
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Brutal Winter Storm Leaves East Coast Blanketed In Snow As Airports Slowly Reopen
As the storm passed, officials warned of frigid temperatures continuing throughout the night.
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Republicans Pass Deeply Unpopular Tax Cuts (Again)
The House revoted on the bill after the Senate passed a corrected version.
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Public-Private Partnerships Must Survive This Attack On The Public Sector
Professor in the Practice of Public Affairs, Columbia Universi...
I know it’s popular to believe that the private sector is a paragon of efficiency and government is simply waste, fraud and abuse, but it is simply not true.
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