Some vexing news about the Obama administration’s military contracting practices was well-hidden in the Pentagon’s budget briefing materials this year, appearing near the back of the Defense Department Comptroller’s overview presentation of the 2013 budget.
We were shocked to read on Discover magazine’s website last week that an asteroid 450 feet across, lurking just now on the other side of the sun, stands a (remote) chance of smacking us — or someone else on earth — in about 29 years.
TRENTON – The state Senate today unanimously approved a bill that would increase penalties for those who engage in road rage and cause serious harm to others. The legislation, referred to as ‘Jessica Rogers’ Law’ is also scheduled for a vote in the Assembly today.
ELIZABETH — A Union County jury convicted two Essex County men charged in a 2008 carjacking on Wednesday afternoon following a three-week trial, Prosecutor Theodore J. Romanow announced.
EDISON – Police have arrested three suspects who have been charged in connection with two burglaries that occurred in the Clara Barton section of Edison Township, according to police Sgt. Robert J. Dudash Jr.
TRENTON – With St. Patrick’s Day parties and parades planned throughout the state this weekend, New Jersey public safety officials today urged revelers to exercise caution if they are planning to consume alcohol during their celebrations.
If you’re self-employed and paying for medical, dental or long-term care insurance, the IRS wants to remind you about a special tax deduction for some insurance premiums paid for you, your spouse, and your dependents.
Tax preparation doesn’t need to give you a headache. There are several ways to make it easier on yourself. The IRS offers six tips to help make your tax-filing experience a breeze this year.
If you use part of your home for business, you may be able to deduct expenses for the business use of your home. The IRS has the following six requirements to help you determine if you qualify for the home office deduction.
TRENTON – A former clerk at the Lodi Motor Vehicle Agency and a second clerk from the North Bergen Motor Vehicle Agency pleaded guilty today to participating in criminal rings that illegally sold New Jersey digital driver’s licenses to unauthorized persons, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.