As many as 106 U.S. airports could lose air traffic control service—and effectively be shut down—under automatic spending cuts scheduled to take effect January 2, 2013, according to a new Center for American Progress analysis.
TRENTON – A delegation from the state of Ohio including judges, court administrators, representative from the Ohio Department of Youth Services, and other stakeholders, are in New Jersey to attend a two-day working session designed to help Ohio replicate New Jersey’s success in juvenile detention reform.
STATE — With fewer than a hundred days left until the presidential election, Barack Obama has a sizable lead over his presumed Republican opponent among New Jersey voters. The President leads Mitt Romney by 13 percentage points (49 to 36%), according to the latest statewide poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind.
I am a gay 21-year-old college student. I am not religious, but I am spiritual. I was not bullied in school, but rather well liked. My family accepts and loves me for who I am, not based on who I love or the lifestyle I live. I have my opinions and beliefs on things, but do not state them when unwarranted.
LINDEN – A Tennessee man’s death from a self-inflicted gunshot wound has been ruled a suicide. The 39-year-old Memphis resident’s body was discovered inside a truck parked outside Sam’s Club in Linden on July 16.