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Some families of aging U.S. war veterans are finding unexpected, and highly dangerous, souvenirs among their loved ones’ belongings—ticking time bombs. Service members either brought … more
The critically acclaimed Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company presents Celebrating the Legacy of Nai-Ni Chen and the Year of the Water Tiger at the New Jersey Performing Arts … more
The Justice Department today announced a court-authorized operation, conducted in March 2022, to disrupt a two-tiered global botnet of thousands of infected network hardware devices under the control … more
Louise Bourgeois was a French-American artist that should be a household name here in the US.  Louise Bourgeois: Paintings is the first comprehensive exhibition of paintings produced by … more
Skippy has recalled y peanut butter due to steel being found in jars. The recalls impact New Jersey, New York, and sixteen other states. About 162,000 jars of the Skippy Peanut include Skippy's … more
A new U.S. COVID federal website is now live with an easy-to-manage menu for all Americans. The website, Covid.gov, is updated in real-time daily, and includes sections with specific data and … more
  Facebook, aka Meta, is at the forefront of the Metaverse, a virtual world where users can live an anonymous life among other artfully crafted Avatars. Though this world is anything but … more
What's the difference between a thriller written by an attorney and one written by a typical writer? Turns out an attorney is a heck of a lot more detailed when it comes to the nitty-gritty of a … more
  If you’re a history buff, the ongoing murderous invasion of Ukraine by a dictator named Putin will remind you of another egomaniac murderer, Hitler.  As the world watches the … more
A massive all-out invasion by Russia including tanks, bombs, and gunfire is now happening in Ukraine. As the already weary world looks on, this new violent assault is being watched in … more
It sounds like a dance: the Pandemic Pivot.  Take two steps forward, one step back, and repeat. Omnicom numbers are going down in our area, which means we can pivot and get out more. But … more
Governor Phil Murphy kicked off his weekly Covid briefing by honoring US Navy Seaman Kyle Mullen, 24, who tragically died in training. Governor Murphy had some big news today about Covid-19 and … more
PSE&G is prepared for the strong winds and heavy snow that may hit the service area Friday night through Saturday and possibly cause severe damage. Depending on how the storm tracks, forecasts … more
Do you have ten minutes a day? Would you like to add years to your life?  Studies conducted by JAMA report that if you walk even ten minutes a day, or increase your physical activity, you … more
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that it has received a gift from Jon and Barbara Landau of an exceptional painting by Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665), a French artist who changed the … more
Every year, we are happy to broadcast this historic speech by the beloved civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. To see the epic speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., click here. more
  If you are a woman planning to have surgery, it pays to filter your choices down due to services, your doctor’s recommendations, reviews, reputation, and now: if that surgeon is … more
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