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U.S. needs a genuine third party to deal with this and other issues.
Is murder of 26 people, most of them children, enough to make Washington take notice?
NJ needs to adopt rules to ensure everyone can vote more easily if another disaster hits.
Politicians have to make tough—perhaps expensive—decisions and need to start taking action.
Be sure to cast your vote as an unprecedented NJ election unfolds following historic storm.
Complaints skyrocket and agency charged with enforcing the law looks to public for a solution.
Data on bullying and breakfasts show schools still have a lot to do to help students.
The latest data includes four years of income, insurance and job losses.
Instead of starting work on $790 million project before getting final approval, how about clearing trees along power lines?
Legislators should act quickly to increase penalties and force better management before next storm.
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