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  • GOP congressman's lonely fight to revive jobless benefits

    GOP congressman's lonely fight to revive jobless benefits
    Not far from once-booming Atlantic City, here's what the end of federal unemployment insurance looks like in a tattered community where the jobless rate is still almost twice the national average. A solitary Republican congressman stands in the...
  • Johnny Cash's great-niece found slain in home in Tennessee

    Johnny Cash's great-niece found slain in home in Tennessee
    Courtney Cash, the great-niece of celebrated entertainer Johnny Cash, was stabbed to death and stuffed into a chest in her home in rural Tennessee, officials said. Wayne Masciarella, 27, of Cape May, N.J., was charged with first-degree murder in the...
  • Jersey Shore

    Jersey Shore
    Cape beach resorts offer diversity, delight The Jersey Cape beach resorts of Avalon, Cape May, Ocean City, Stone Harbor, Sea Isle City and the Wildwoods are open and ready to delight you on your next vacation as they have for generations. Each one...
  • Gift of life stories continue to unravel after transplant

     
    This year, I have covered the survival stories of several transplant recipients. While making it to the transplant list and receiving the organ is certainly monumental, is not end of all worries for the recipients. On Monday, I spoke with two kidney...
  • Lincoln Park introduces baby rhino to the public

    Lincoln Park introduces baby rhino to the public
    The baby eastern black rhinoceros born at Lincoln Park Zoo in August was introduced to the outside world today. The 200-pound calf, born Aug. 26, was named King, according to a press release from the zoo; he was named for King Harris, whose wife, Caryn,...
  • December's romantic pitfalls

    December's romantic pitfalls
    With holiday parties looming and cozy fireplaces stoking the mood for romance, about now can feel like a most wonderful time to start a new relationship. And in some ways, it is. "People are more social, so it gives you more of an opportunity to...
  • Where to watch live Hurricane Sandy coverage

     
    Updated Oct. 30, 2012, 4:10pm CT As Hurricane Superstorm Sandy bears down on the U.S. East Coast, here is where you can keep abreast of latest developments, whether you are in the affected areas or elsewhere. (Hurricane Sandy has now been classified as...
  • Delaware Bay #shellfish beds reopen in N.J.

     
    The NJ Department of Environmental Protection reopened shellfish beds in Delaware Bay from Cape May Point to Lower Alloways Creek at sunrise on Monday following water monitoring and tissue sampling found no issues with bacteria contamination as a result...
  • MTA to Shut Down Transit Service Starting at 7 p.m. Sunday as Hurricane Sandy Nears Tri-State Area

    MTA to Shut Down Transit Service Starting at 7 p.m. Sunday as Hurricane Sandy Nears Tri-State Area
    The MTA will suspend subway, buses and LIRR and Metro-North commuter trains starting at 7 p.m. Sunday as officials take seriously predictions of high winds and life-threatening storm surges from monster storm Hurricane Sandy. The shutdown process will...
  • Sandy's Wrath: Much of Manhattan is in the Dark and Subway Tunnels Are Filled With Water Amid Historic Flooding. The Big Question: How Bad is the Damage From Epic Storm?

    Sandy's Wrath: Much of Manhattan is in the Dark and Subway Tunnels Are Filled With Water Amid Historic Flooding. The Big Question: How Bad is the Damage From Epic Storm?
    Historic Hurricane Sandy slammed the tri-state area Monday, leaving millions without power in the region, the lower Manhattan skyline darkened, sea water rushing into subway and car tunnels, and Hudson River water spilling deep into Manhattan streets. It...