Schumer Calls Airport Screening Lapses 'Highly Concerning'The New York Democrat said Sunday that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Inspector General's office should undertake a thorough review of the TSA's employee training procedures.
N.J. Lawmakers Seek To Ban Nondisclosure Agreements For Sexual Assault, HarassmentThe Democratic and Republican leaders in New Jersey are planning to introduce legislation that would ban nondisclosure agreements designed to cover up sexual harassment.
N.J. Leaders Respond After Biden Calls Guadagno Ad Targeting Murphy 'Return Of Willie Horton'Former Vice President Joe Biden this week described a new gubernatorial ad campaign from New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadangno as “the return of Willie Horton.”
6-Day Bear Hunt Gets Underway In New JerseyNew Jersey's latest bear hunt gets underway Monday, but this year's hunt could be one of the last for a while if the Democrat running to replace Gov. Chris Christie wins next month's election.
Long Island Near The Top Of State's Leaders In Seized Assets, Report SaysThe majority of assets seized on Long Island are proceeds from drug deals including heroin, fentanyl, and prescription opioids.
Former Medicare Official Recalls 'Hostile' Talks With Sen. Menendez At TrialThe fifth week of the federal bribery trial against U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-New Jersey) got under way in Newark Monday.
Booker Calls DACA Repeal ‘Very Cruel’, Says He’ll Keep Fighting To Secure ItPresident Donald Trump's to end a program protecting children of illegal immigrants -- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals -- was at the forefront in Newark on Monday.
Local Utility Crews Headed To Florida To Help With Irma OutagesMore than a million people are without power in Florida as Hurricane Irma's winds and rain lash the state.
Westchester Officials Discuss Storm Preparedness Amid Major U.S. HurricanesWestchester County is taking action to prepare in the event of storm activity.
Belmar Uses Labor Day Holiday To Help Victims Of Hurricane HarveyIn Belmar, beach goers can spend their Labor Day in the sun and sand while also donating to a good cause.
Christie Looks Toward Having To Drive Again After Leaving OfficeNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has four months left in office, and afterward, it will be back to normal activities – including driving a car.
Local Youth Group Among Many Lending A Hand To Those Affected By HarveyPresident Trump has declared Sunday as a National Day of Prayer for those dealing with the aftermath of Harvey, Many people in our area say they're using the day to help in any way they can.

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