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While the economy has grown over the past two decades, that hasn't resulted in more new mothers taking maternity leaves. [Read More]
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The pharmaceutical giant's clause preventing workers from banding together was called an "old, old serpent in a new skin" by a judge. [Read More]
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An Eagleton poll shows Garden State patients are open to receiving medical care via their electronic devices - but wary about their privacy. [Read More]
A nationwide prescription drug distributor that was accused of turning a blind eye to suspicious orders of addictive pain pills has agreed to pay a $150 million fine. [Read More]
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A total of 276 Garden State residents got preventive shots in 2016 based on concern about possible exposure to rabies. [Read More]
News that a Warren County man was bitten by a coyote that was rabid serves as a reminder that all sorts of mammals can carry the potentially lethal... [Read More]
News that a Warren County man was bitten by a coyote that was rabid serves as a reminder that all sorts of mammals can carry the potentially lethal virus - even in a... [Read More]
Both Walmart and Sam's Club will offer free several health screening tests at all their stores Saturday. [Read More]
While people often think of bats or dogs when they think of rabies, a wide range of animals can present a threat to humans. [Read More]
The strain showed its presence in much of the state the week before Christmas. [Read More]
Michelle Lodzinski was sentenced to 30 years for the death of her son in a case that baffled investigators for years. [Read More]
The New Jersey figure is running about 15,000 ahead of the same period last year. [Read More]
"The township right now is on the hook," says Robert Tuttle, professor of Law and Religion at George Washington University School of Law. [Read More]
Some 15,000 Disney infant hoodies have defective snaps, forcing a recall. [Read More]
The ruling against Bernards Township means it may eventually have to pay not just damages, but the mosque's attorneys fees as well, according to one legal expert. [Read More]
New research is challenging assumptions about how dangerous football may - or may not - be. [Read More]
Welcome these newcomers to the Garden State. [Read More]
The township held a mosque to a tougher standard than it required of churches or synagogues, a federal judge found. [Read More]
The state with the lowest percentage of binge drinkers is Tennessee. New Jersey is somewhat in the middle. So is Pennsylvania and New York. [Read More]
While some of these crimes were relatively small, they all had a dose of meanness. [Read More]
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