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Two N.J. heavyweights, Jingoli and Holtec, square off in court over Camden technology campus

The claims largely center on money from an insurance policy — brokered by a third Jersey behemoth: Conner Strong & Buckelew, the brokerage headed by political powerhouse George Norcross, who sits on Holtec’s board of directors.

The Clintons visit The Met: A look back, with nods to the future

She talked about her fears about continued foreign interference in U.S. elections. He talked about our "wacky" communications age.

Two U.S. senators request PBM pricing inquiry, citing Pennsylvania and Ohio Medicaid programs

The top Republican and Democrat on the U.S. Senate Finance Committee expressed concern for “inappropriate profiteering and potential anti-competitive practices in state Medicaid programs."

As lawsuits mount, Philly-area pharma company reports 20,000 opioid-related deaths to FDA

The fatality reports represent some of the information being pried loose amid roughly 2,000 lawsuits now pending against opioid makers and distributors.

N.Y. attorney general suit makes new allegations on how AmerisourceBergen ignored ‘red flags’ in distributing opioids

“The one area in which Amerisource has consistently stood out as compared to its major competitors,” the suit says, “is its unwillingness to identify suspicious orders, even among customers that regularly exceeded their thresholds and presented multiple red flags.”

After Purdue opioid settlement, more Pennsylvania counties want out of Delaware County court

“It’s my opinion that we are not getting a fair shake to get our cases to trial in a reasonable amount of time” in Delaware County, said attorney Joseph Cappelli, who represents Bensalem Township and 14 counties, largely in western Pennsylvania.

Whistleblower says tax prep firm submitted false information to get tax break from New Jersey

Gulsen Kama, who lost her job as a vice president at a tax preparation firm, was called to speak by a Gov. Phil Murphy-appointed task force investigating New Jersey’s troubled Economic Development Authority.

Amid layoffs, members of Congress and Mayor Kenney try to buoy Philly Shipyard

During 2018, the shipyard downsized from about 1,200 workers to around 400, and the last ship it is working on is due to be delivered this month. It faces an uncertain future without a new contract.

Pennsylvania opioid cases are bottled up in Delaware County, and some want out

The suits are on their third Delco judge. Counties are still vying for spots on the leadership team overseeing the cases. And drug firms have yet to turn over any internal documents.

Philadelphia International Airport reports spike in 2018 passenger traffic, spurred by American and other airlines

PHL officials credited the growth to new flights from American Airlines, Frontier, Spirit, and others.