Middle East Turmoil Continues: From The Newsroom
As American officials sort out Wednesday’s attack in Libya, protestors stormed the American embassy in Yemen.
- Some officials believe that terrorists are responsible for the Libyan attack, which left 4 Americans dead.
- A wild police chase in Tinton Falls leads to two suspects dead, and a major road closure.
- Low-paying jobs may be the new normal.
- A woman is beaten and robbed during a meeting with somebody she was introduced to on Facebook.
- A new report says poverty is up and incomes down across New Jersey.
- New legislation would require town inspectors to go through background checks.
- Governor Christie launches his new Town Hall tour.
- An exclusive from Senate President Steve Sweeney on a new plan to help small businesses.
- Alcohol and drugs are linked to the rise in fatal crashes.
- The state may look into more web-based revenue streams.
- Mike Ritacco faces sentencing tomorrow in Trenton, and Toms River residents weigh in on his legacy.
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Wednesday’s poll asked if your unemployment benefits have been affected by a glut of appeals….83% said yes.
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