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Supporters of transgender woman protest circumstances of her arrest, detention.
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New Jersey legislative leaders plan Thursday vote on budget plan that may not pass muster with governor.
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Since 2008, an average of 24 million people have been displaced by catastrophic weather disasters each year.
Victoria Nuland told the Senate intelligence committee "Other countries and malign actors are now adapting and improving on Russia's methodology, notably including China."
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New Jersey authorities announced Wednesday criminal charges against four more people for allegedly filing fraudulent federal Superstorm Sandy relief fund applications.
All hands will be needed on deck to stem the overdose crisis that is claiming as many lives a year as were lost in the entire Vietnam War, one lawmaker says.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said that 10 licensed operators reported $1.3 million in revenue from May's activity after prizes were paid.
A state watchdog agency in New Jersey said corrupt pawn shops, secondhand goods stores, and scrap yards are taking advantage of the opioid epidemic to maximize their profits.
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If lawmakers don’t pass the amendment in time, the next year it would have an impact is 2030.
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Pennsylvania's highest court is holding up the public release of a grand jury report expected to reveal details of sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania.
In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, candidates for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have echoed one another’s condemnation of the policy.
Current New Jersey law requires school buses to have lap-only belts. It's one of six states to require seatbelts at all on school buses.
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At the end of the run, the truck will go to U.S. Army Sgt. Justin Burdette, who received the Purple Heart medal when he lost both legs below the knee in Afghanistan.
By night, one of Philly's tourist magnets becomes a traveling venue for an array of indie musicians.
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