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Bill Aims to Define Claw Arcade Games as Skill or Chance

Sen. Nicholas Scutari has proposed a bill that would ensure the integrity of arcade claw games.

New FDA Rules Limit the Sale of E-Cigarettes

This week, the Food and Drug Administration began limiting the sale of electronic cigarettes, cigars and hookah tobacco to anyone younger than 18.

NJEA Members Rally at State House and Withdraw Support from Sweeney

Deadline day for the state senate to get a constitutional amendment on the November ballot has come and gone.

Unprecedented Debt Leads to Saving Struggles for Millennials

Research shows that only a quarter of millennials have basic financial literacy and two-thirds of millennials have at least one source of outstanding, long-term debt.

Reaction to News of Taj Mahal Closing

Taj Mahal workers were in the fifth week of their strike when management announced it would close the casino after Labor Day.

More People Are Putting Off Retirement

The average retirement age has gone up by two years over the last couple decades. In New Jersey, 23 percent of of those aged 65 and older are working full- or part-time.

Millennials Spend Differently Than Past Generations

Millennials tend to prefer cashless payments and prioritize convenience when making purchases.

Veteran Homelessness Down in New Jersey

Veteran homelessness dropped 20 percent in New Jersey, according to a count by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, from 696 a year ago to 556 in 2016.

Taj Mahal Management Plans to Close Casino After Labor Day

Management announced it would close the Taj Mahal after Labor Day weekend, noting it is losing multi-millions a month and with the strike there is no path to profitability.

Companies Work to Attract Millennials

Businesses are offering perks to employees in an effort to attract the younger generation of workers.