Got a baby on board? New car seat laws require they be strapped in until they're older and stronger to improve their chances of surviving a crash. A nutty idea to protect kids from peanut allergies -- ...
Stevens Institute of Technology has created curriculum for the WaterBotics program.
Stocks have tanked and the global slide could end a sustained six-year-long market rally. Expect to have your bag checked at the movies. Increasing gun violence down south has led to increased ...
A flailing Chinese economy and tanking oil prices hurt the US market this week.
Testing the business outlook for 2015. Tracking the nor'easter's toll on beaches. The human cost of food without nutrition. Newark's bet on raising graduation rates.
New Jersey Theatre Alliance members are using Google technology to provide virtual tours that offer specific accessibility information.
More immigrants here than ever. Will Obama protect them or deport them? The Revel buy's a bust. What's next for Atlantic City? Free shipping from retailers. And free turkeys for food banks.
Several malls in North Jersey are offering same-day delivery service for customers this holiday shopping season.
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?
FBI director said he's worried that so-called unlockable systems for smartphones will impede investigations.
Fighting forest fires and hoping for help from Mother Nature. Down the shore. The governor kicks off his pre-summer beach tour. And New Jersey plays host to Rubik and his legendary cube.
Liberty Science Center in Jersey City partnered with Google to celebrate 40th anniversary of the Rubik's Cube.
The governor makes a move to shake up his administration. They never gave up. The shore town that fought for hurricane aid until they got it. And who took the trucks? How one fire department suddenly ...
Congressman Frank Pallone says he's disappointed with the lack of transparency happening in the Sandy recovery process.
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