New York City doctor has Ebola

A New York City doctor who returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea recently, has tested positive for the disease. Dr. Craig Spencer, reportedly exhibiting symptoms that include fever and gastrointestinal problems, was transported to Bellevue Hospital in an ambulance staffed by…

Podcast: U.S. Companies Help the NSA

by Nicole Collins Bronzan A year and a half into the release of classified documents by Edward Snowden, the existence of far-reaching National Security Agency surveillance is common if controversial knowledge. But until The Intercept published new documents this month,…

Demand for blood donations prompts action

New Jersey Blood Services is asking for help to maintain an adequate supply of all blood types, but especially O-negative – the “universal” blood which can be transfused into anyone in an emergency. In addition, hundreds of additional blood drives…

Christie announces Ebola preparedness plan

Taking steps to ensure he is not criticized for failing to respond to the deadly African virus, Governor Chris Christie today activated a plan to direct certain activities of state departments and medical facilities to project an image of defense against Ebola in New…

PRICELE$$ film at the Princeton Public Library

PRICELE$$, a documentary film about the corruption of American democracy will be aired at the Princeton Public Library on Thursday, October 30 at 6:30 p.m. Sharing the suspicion of fellow-citizens, including a class of young civics students, that campaign money is involved, the…

Dunec endorsed by 8 current & former mayors

Eight current and former mayors announced the support for Democrat Mark Dunec in his bid to unseat 20-year incumbent Rodney Frelinghuysen in New Jersey’s 11th Congressional District. Among the mayors that have endorsed Dunec for Congress are Rudy Fernandez (Livingston, Former…