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The U.S. Supreme Court was expected to make a defining decision on extreme partisan gerrymandering this t
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Mill and his lawyers are asking for a new trial on a 2008 conviction on drug and gun charges.
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Three Philadelphia libraries now have "play-and-learn space," designed to bust up the old notion that libraries are quiet places.
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New Jersey legislative leaders are pressing ahead with their own state budget plan even after Gov. Phil Murphy said he’d veto it.
The Trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to allow it to largely implement a policy of withholding public safety grants from "sanctuary cities."
Chesterfield isn't what comes to mind when politicians talk about children harmed by the state's failure to provide adequate education funding.
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Artists and community organizers take stock of the Trenton's successful Art All Night event in the aftermath of a deadly shooting.
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Amid the criticism, the president dug in Monday , again falsely blaming Democrats for the crisis. His administration put the practice in place and could easily end it.
In the new legislation, children would now be held in the same place as their parents if they are detained.
The first week of the World Cup is arguably the best: three matches a day, none at the same time. It is Soccer Christmas for futbol fans.
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While there’s anticipation every year for the announcement of pool openings, hotter-than-usual temperatures expected for much of the summer are adding to the frenzy this year.
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The Supreme Court declined to address the central questions at the heart of whether the practice is constitutional.
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Using big data, research shows water impacts near well sites is rare.
A ferry boat that once transported countless people and vehicles between New Jersey and Delaware is on another mission after it was sunk last Friday.
A 20-year-old woman died while attending the Firefly music festival in Dover over the weekend.
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