STATE – Four out of five New Jersey residents will be watching Sunday’s big football game, which pits the New York Giants against the New England Patriots for the NFL title, according to a poll conducted by Monmouth University days before kickoff.
Conservative complaints about a liberal bias in the media do not hold up, at least not when it comes to the free-spending groups known as “super PACs.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. economy added 243,000 jobs in January, according to data released this morning by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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One of the best things about my job as a high school counselor is that I get to stay young for as long as I continue to work in this position. This is because in working with students, you have to stay on top of all the hottest fashions, music, technology and social networks. But I also like my work because I am frequently reminded that what you see is not always what you get.
If you changed your name after a recent marriage or divorce, the IRS reminds you to take the necessary steps to ensure the name on your tax return matches the name registered with the Social Security Administration.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Frank R. Lautenberg and Bob Menendez were joined by 24 of their Senate colleagues in calling on Nancy Brinker, Founder and CEO of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, to reconsider her organization’s decision to stop funding cancer screenings at Planned Parenthood.
TRENTON – The Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee released a legislative package aimed at enhancing legislative oversight and public transparency at the New York/New Jersey Port Authority (Port Authority) on Thursday.
HACKENSACK – With the Super Bowl drawing near, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa, flanked by a trauma doctor and officials from law enforcement and highway traffic safety, reminded the public to stay safe and sober behind the wheel on what has historically been one of the most dangerous weekends of the year.
TRENTON – State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff, Human Services Commissioner Jennifer Velez and Agriculture Secretary Douglas Fisher want income-tax payers to know that filing early speeds refunds and can help New Jersey’s most-vulnerable residents access important benefits.