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Dr. George Fielding, doctor who performed weight-reduction surgery on governor back in February, named in 12 malpractice actions.
Governor tells New York Post that Lap-Band procedure was done at the urging of his family. An NYU doctor made house calls to Christie's Mendham home to not draw attention to the surgery.
Cablevision sells 41 venues to Ridgefield, Conn. chain.
Center tells SI.com in first-person account he "didn't set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport. But since I am, I'm happy to start the conversation.”
Insurance companies blame 2011's Tropical Storm Irene, Halloween nor'easter — not Sandy — for highest in nation auto rate increase.
American Lung Association documents incremental improvements in Essex, Bergen and Morris counties, but region continues to have some of the worst air quality in the country.
Undercover operation, new fines considered to stop texting, talking and driving around state.
Official: Flights leaving Newark Liberty heading south were re-routed back to Newark because the Washington area traffic control system was overwhelmed.
Earthsky.org: As many as 10-20 meteors per hour may be seen in pre-dawn hours Monday.
All state buildings will comply with executive order on Thursday.
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