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About 3,000 people will live in the Hobsonville area when the development is finished. Photo / Richard Robinson Four years since work started at northwest Auckland's 3,000-residence Hobsonville Pt housing estate, the 150th house is about to be
As he heads into a new election year with Democrats again trying to draw a target on his back, Rep. Scott Garrett is better prepared financially for a fight than he has ever been. After years of spending down his campaign account in each election,
The Record A 37-year-old business consultant from Livingston who became a citizen 10 years ago launched a challenge on Sunday to Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen, a Republican from Harding Township in Morris County serving his 10th term in the House. Marc
Well, consider this week the calm before the holiday-movie storm. Next week is Thanksgivukkah and then a virtual Christmas-movie-marathon-mania follows. Before you get your dose of jolly caroling cheer, scenes of holly-trimmed (and secretly hostile)
The writer also claims to know that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid doesn't bring up some bills in the Senate because he already knows they won't pass, and that House Speaker John Boehner doesn't bring up bills in the House because he knows they
In Summary The Bill gives the courts power to determine what the contribution would mean in actual terms Ms Nyokabi says even though the general impression is that women were sidelined while the men got all the goodies, she and her female
Democrats who repeated to constituents Obama's promise that they would be able to keep their insurance coverage under the administration's health care law could be in trouble. The GOP is http://www.
Meat the scariest, deadliest, dirtiest of industries I was not scared of all the witches, zombies, and assorted goblins wandering about on Halloween...This is the industry that: Mutilates, cages, and butchers billions of cows, pigs and other sentient
The vote was 261-157, with 39 Democrats crossing the aisle to vote in favor of a bill that many of their constituents might support. The bill faces an uncertain future in the Senate, but if it were approved there, President Barack Obama has said he
54 AM Page modified November 15, 2013 at 1:23 PM Defying veto threat, House OKs health law change Brushing aside a White House veto threat, the Republican-controlled House voted by a healthy bipartisan majority Friday to weaken a core component of "