In the case of the salesman who wouldn’t sell, the two sides have starkly different tales to tell.
Bank of America will pay $335 million to settle allegations of discrimination at Countrywide Financial Corp., the troubled lender it bought in 2008.
EDISON — Mayor Antonia Ricigliano, the Edison Municipal Council, and the Edison Recreation Department will be joined by community, family and friends at Edison’s Annual Festival of Lights Celebration on Thursday, Dec. 22 at 7 p.m.
Unless Republicans in Congress drop their opposition to a bipartisan compromise on extending the payroll tax cut and Unemployment Insurance, America will usher in the new year by raising taxes on 160 million workers and cutting a lifeline to nearly…
TRENTON – Three Republican lawmakers plan to introduce legislation to increases penalties and mandate jail time for videotaping and distributing the recording of an assault.
TRENTON – State Sen. Richard J. Codey (D-Essex) today called for action on legislation he has sponsored that would increase penalties for using a cell phone while driving.
STATE – Winter officially begins at 12:30 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 22, but gas prices haven’t cooled off much. Despite recent declines in prices at the pump, motorists will be met with the highest gas prices ever during the year-end holiday season, causing them to dig deeper in their wallets for holiday travel.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, the first national standards to protect American families from power plant emissions of mercury and toxic air pollution like arsenic, acid gas, nickel, selenium, and cyanide.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Military veterans coming to college face unique problems. If they are returning from serving overseas, those issues are compounded.
An outside spending group affiliated with the conservative Tea Party movement is targeting long-time Utah Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch in 2012 for not being conservative enough.