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Breast cancer is the leading cancer diagnosed among women in New Jersey and it’s the second leading cause of cancer deaths. White women in... Read more

Op-Ed: What is a College Degree Worth?

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Recent national surveys by such reputable organizations as Public Agenda and Pew Research indicate some American citizens are losing confidence... Read more

Controversial DMHAS Move Now Well Underway

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Three weeks after the switch became official, state leaders have held public meetings in all 21 New Jersey counties and have begun to move... Read more

In South Jersey’s 2nd, a Surprisingly Tight Race for State Senate Seat

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For Democrats, at least, the state Senate race in South Jersey’s 2nd Legislative District didn’t always look this close. It began with Democratic... Read more

High Arsenic Levels in Some Private Wells in New Jersey

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A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates about 2 million Americans may be getting... Read more

Sexual Assaults Up at NJ Colleges, Victims May Feel Safer About Reporting

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Click the layer box at top to switch between data showing violent incidents and sex crimes. Zoom in and move the map to find a school or... Read more

Victims Share Lessons Learned Five Years After Sandy, but Is State Listening?

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When the winds howled and the floodwaters rose as superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, it was unknown at the time just how difficult... Read more

The Blue Boost: Barack Obama Gets Out the Vote for Phil Murphy

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A New Jersey Democrat seeking a boost less than three weeks before an election could not do much better than bringing President Barack Obama... Read more