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U.S. Women’s Open Championship held at Trump’s Bedminster course despite strong opposition

Some see President Trump’s presence at the largest event of the year in women’s golf as an unwelcome addition.

Menendez speaks out against Medicaid cuts in new GOP health care plan

The Republican-controlled Senate is trying its hand at a third version of a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

Health care advocate: new GOP bill ‘even more problematic’

Linda Schwimmer, president and CEO of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute, says proposed changes in the individual market make the new Senate GOP bill problematic. discusses how the new GOP health care bill would allow affect the Garden State.

Proposed EPA cuts have NJ environmentalists worried

Congressman Frank Pallone and others explained how EPA budget cuts would impact New Jersey and the cleanup of Superfund sites.

Green Party candidates: voters are tired of two-party system

New Jersey gubernatorial candidate Seth Kaper-Dale and 2016 Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein discuss the problems in the two-party system.

Final budget shutdown hurdle cleared as legislative leaders tackle back pay

The Senate passed a bill and the Assembly vowed to put one on Christie’s desk by month’s end that would pay state workers for lost wages during the shutdown

Fifty years later, remembering the riots that changed Newark

Witnesses reflect on the events that took place in Newark in the summer of 1967 and what's changed in the 50 years since.

Bridgegate mastermind sentenced to three years probation

Bridgegate mastermind turned star witness for the prosecution, David Wildstein, was sentenced to three years probation and 500 hours of community service for his role in the scandal.

Advocates and critics await Christie’s decision on Paid Family Leave reform bill

A bill is sitting on Gov. Christie’s desk that would enhance coverage of New Jersey’s Paid Family Leave Insurance Law and make it the most comprehensive in the nation.

NJ Korean community concerned over North Korean missile launch

The recent missile launch by the North Korean regime has put Bergen County’s Korean community on edge.