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National says the show is a "big racist stereotype of Italian-Americans." Andre DiMino, the Fairfield, N.J.-based group's chief media executive calls the cast the "worst bunch of bad-acting, insipid individuals portraying
Fresh off a successful push for minor changes to "Jersey Shore," a New Jersey-based Italian-American group called Tuesday for VH1 to pull the plug on its show "My Big Friggin' Wedding." National says the show is a "big racist stereotype of Italian-
N.J. (AP) — The case of a Rutgers University student who committed suicide after a roommate allegedly used a webcam to spy on his tryst with another man could pose the first legal test of a state privacy law passed in 2003.
A woman simply known as Gretchen W. Cherry Hill Police Department settled last week before the case went to trial, according her lawyer, Joseph Osefchen. The woman filed the suit after she alleged that the police department videotaped her without her
N.J. (AP) — Gay Americans have arrived at a "teachable moment." Often feeling marginalized in political discourse or grousing that they're used as political pawns, they have the nation's attention — and sympathy — after a recent
Same-sex marriage and gays in the military remain on the political front burner, but general education and anti-discrimination campaigns are drawing a wider audience. While advocates hesitate to appear as if they're capitalizing on tragedy, some
N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, already a tough-talking, budget-slashing, union-bashing regular on cable news talk shows, denies he's considering a presidential run whenever he's asked. But that's not keeping him from
N.J. (AP) — A video released by the federal Department of Education shows that a piece of Gov. Chris Christie's explanation about what went wrong when the state made a $400 million mistake on a grant application may also have been wrong.
N.J. — For anyone who's ever entered the wrong number on a tax return and been denied a refund, or accidentally overtipped, here's some consolation: A silly error on New Jersey's application for the highly competitive Race to the Top education grants
The Haddonfield law firm of Adinolfi and Goldstein ( www.AandGLawyers.com ) announced that associate Ronald Lieberman of Cherry Hill has been appointed to the board of directors of the Katz Jewish Community Center for a three-year term. The role of