Op-Ed: In Education Olympics Politicians Promise Much but Fail at First Hurdle

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As we celebrate Team USA’s success setting world records and earning medals at the 2016 summer Olympics, we cannot escape the fact America... Read more

$3B

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New Jerseyans do like to test lady luck. The New Jersey Lottery sold $3 billion in tickets in 2015, an increase of $100 million from the year... Read more

Critics of PennEast Get Chance to Speak Out — Behind a Black Curtain

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They were billed as public meetings on the much-debated PennEast natural-gas pipeline project, but virtually all of the talking occurred in... Read more

State Pension Banned from Investing in Companies Boycotting Israel

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New Jersey’s $72 billion public-employee pension system is now banned from investing in companies that boycott Israel to protest its treatment... Read more

Organ Transplants Up in New Jersey as Awareness of the Need Grows

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The number of organ transplants in New Jersey increased by more than one-third in 2015 and a growing number of surgeries suggests that even... Read more

Profile: Helping Black and Hispanic Students Make a Career in Medicine

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Who he is: Dr. Kamal Khan, is director of the Office for Diversity and Academic Success in Sciences (ODASIS) at Rutgers University. Home:... Read more

Op-Ed: Sustainable Beach Development Is Possible on the Jersey Shore

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Why are we building sand castles at the water’s edge? Ever since Hurricane Sandy — the devastating storm surge that hit 137 miles of New Jersey’s... Read more

NJ Spotlight Reporter Talks ‘AmeriMama’ Backstory with NJTV

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NJ Spotlight healthcare reporter Lilo Stainton told NJTV that the tip that led to her story on Meadowlands Hospital Center’s AmeriMama program... Read more