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Cops: NJ nanny passed out drunk, then fled home

TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) -- Authorities say a New Jersey nanny passed out drunk while she was supposed to be watching a little boy, then fled and crashed her car into a fire hydrant when his mother got home.

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German solidier Tim Grunewald plays with one year old Carl at the army child-care of the Theodor-Kaerner-Kaserne, barracks, in Lueneburg.( AP Photo/dpa/Philipp Schulze)
German solidier Tim Grunewald plays with one year old Carl at the army child-care of the Theodor-Kaerner-Kaserne, barracks, in Lueneburg.( AP Photo/dpa/Philipp Schulze)
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Germany Seeks to Make Military Service Attractive

Germany's defense minister plans to equip the country's newly all-volunteer military with better childcare, more attractive barracks and Internet access - giving it a face-lift as it competes with business for new recruits in a humming economy.

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Senate Bill Would Expand Child Care, Boost Safety

Child care providers who receive federal support would have to undergo criminal background checks, know first aid and CPR and get other medical training under a bill moving forward in the Senate.

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NJ Child Care System Needs Help, Report Says [AUDIO]

New Jersey's youngest children aren't getting the quality attention and resources they deserve in child care and preschool, according to a new report from Advocates for Children of New Jersey.

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NJ Child Care Providers Need Help, Report Finds

On the heels of Gov. Chris Christie's budget address, a new report finds many child care providers are operating on "shoestring budgets" that prevent them from delivering the best possible care to New Jersey's youngsters.

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NJ Child Care Workers Barely Above Poverty Level [AUDIO]

Would you stay in a job that pays barely over the poverty level if you had other options?

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Is Your Child Receiving Good Child Care? [POLL/AUDIO]

A new report published by Advocates for Children of New Jersey reveals the typical Garden State family is shelling out more than double the recommended payment amount for child care, but that's not the only problem.

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NJ Parents Spend Almost a Quarter of Annual Salary on Child Care

It is recommended that parents should spend no more than 10 percent of their annual income on child care. A new special report released by Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ) reveals the typical Garden State family is shelling out more than double that amount.

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Grandparents Helping Their Childrens’ Kids [AUDIO]

With a still uncertain economy, many New Jersey parents' are helping take care of their childrens' kids.

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How Much Does Day Care Cost in NJ? [AUDIO]

How much do you pay for child care? A new report finds in New Jersey, it may exceed the cost of your living expenses.

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