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NJ Inmates to be Counted as Residents of Their District

Inmates in New Jersey will now be counted as residents of their most recent address when it comes to drawing the state’s legislative districts. Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill into law this week that will change how the state’s political power is distributed when it comes to prisoners. New Jersey became the seventh U.S. […]

Scholarship Opportunities In Ventnor

The New Jersey State League of Municipalities and Ventnor City Commissioners announcing scholarship opportunities for high school juniors and seniors from the City of Ventnor. They have teamed up to offer three $1,000.00 scholarships through the Louis Bay 2nd Future Municipal Leader Scholarship Competition. This statewide scholarship competition centers on the theme “What My Municipal […]

People Turn Out At Meeting Urging Freeholders To Declare Second Amendment Sanctuary Status

At this week’s Atlantic County freeholders’ meeting, a group of Second Amendment advocates requested that the county be declared a sanctuary for lawful gun ownership. According to the Press of Atlantic City, several on hand discussed the gun rights protest in Virginia this week. The claim from protesters there was that gun control laws harm […]

Some Tix Available For McGahn Speech At Stockton

Former White House Counsel Don McGahn is speaking at Stockton University Thursday and there are a limited number of tickets available. McGahn is a native of Brigantine and is speaking at 4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, at the Stockton University Performing Arts Center. You can call or email the box office to reserve a ticket, […]

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Police find missing 13-year-old girl who 'willingly' got into someone's car and never made it to school

Police find missing 13-year-old girl who 'willingly' got into someone's car and never made it to school

Pelham Police Department(PELHAM, Ala.) -- Authorities in Alabama say they have found a 13-year-old girl, who disappeared on her way to school.

Amberly Nicole Flores left her home in Pelham, Alabama, on Tuesday morning to walk to the school bus stop. But she never made it to school, according to the Pelham Police Department.

On Thursday afternoon, Pelham police said they had found Amberly safe at ...

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Robert Downey Jr. claims "90 percent" of his black friends thought he was "great" in blackface in 'Tropic Thunder'

Robert Downey Jr. claims "90 percent" of his black friends thought he was "great" in blackface in 'Tropic Thunder'

ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- During an interview onJoe Roganspodcast,Robert Downey, Jr.claimed that his controversial blackface role inTropic Thunderwas apparently a fan favorite among his "black friends."

In the 2008 film, Downey Jr. dresses up in blackface to portrayKirk Lazarus, an Australian method actor who undergoes a pigmentation procedure that allows him to play a black char...

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Trump to host Netanyahu, political rival at White House to discuss peace amid impeachment trial

Trump to host Netanyahu, political rival at White House to discuss peace amid impeachment trial

Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his top political challenger Benny Gantz will visit Washington next week to discuss peace in the Middle East, the White House announced Thursday.

Vice President Mike Pence said he extended the invitation to Netanyahu and Gantz -- the leader of Israels Blue and White party -- during his trip to Jerusalem, o...

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These insurance companies pledged $55M to lower generic drug prices amidst national crisis

These insurance companies pledged $55M to lower generic drug prices amidst national crisis

Darwin Brandis/iStock(WASHINGTON) -- A coalition of health insurers pledged $55 million to help manufacture generic prescription drugs at lower prices, as the skyrocketing cost of medication has triggered a national reckoning.

The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and 18 independently operated Blue Cross Blue Shield companies announced Thursday they were partnering with the nonprofit generic dr...

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Cashless stores and restaurants banned in New York City

Cashless stores and restaurants banned in New York City

SolStock/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Cash will remain king in Big Apple stores and restaurants.

The New York City Council will vote Thursday to prohibit businesses from only accepting credit card, debit or digital payments. There were concerns from elected officials that such stores and eateries discriminated against poorer customers who dont have access to bank accounts, according to city councilman R...

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Day 2 of Democrats laying out their impeachment case: 3 things to know

Day 2 of Democrats laying out their impeachment case: 3 things to know

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Its the second day of Democrats laying out their case to remove President Donald Trump from office.

Here are three things to know:

Democrats use GOP words during Clinton against them

Trumps legal team wont be able to lay out their defense until House Democratic impeachment managers use up their allotted 24 hours.

But lawyer Alan Dershowitz seemed to tip his hand earlier t...

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