A wall of security to block terror plots. Smartphone encryption to block even the government. A watchdog quits. Jersey boy Jeter's last blast. And duck decoys. Craft or quackery?
Assemblyman Joseph Cryan says that a tuition freeze bill would allow incoming freshman to pay tuition and fees at the same fee for nine consecutive semesters, allowing for some stability.
PSE&G is generating jobs along with electricity. The NTSB's final reading of the Paulsboro derailment. Driving with a common disease can mimic DUI. And attacking rape on campus.
Sen. Peter Barnes III (D-18) says that he has sponsored three bills that would help colleges report sexual crimes on campuses and assist victims.
We'll warn you of what's lurking beneath the waves. Mapping the seabed with seismic blasts is making waves in court. And New Jersey's shiny office complexes stand abandoned. Why?
Historian Arthur Lefkowitz says that George Washington took several gambles during the American Revolution, including during the 10-day crisis in New Jersey.
Dr. Arthur Levine, President of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, discusses the program's mission and and strategy in New Jersey.