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Am I Ugly? Teen Girls Ask Internet for Response [AUDIO]

It's a disturbing trend to say the least. Many teen girls are taking to YouTube to post "Am I Ugly?" videos, asking internet users whether they are attractive.

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New Report Shows Increase In Poor Children In New Jersey, Nationwide [AUDIO]

A new report on poor kids shows their numbers have increased in New Jersey by 24 percent since the year 2000.

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Marketing To Children Comes With Complications [AUDIO]

Marketing to children through the media has become a lot more complicated these days.

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DYFS: Improving, But Still Needs More Work

New Jersey's Department of Children and Families has made strides in many areas, but continues to fall short of several key performance benchmarks, according to the latest court-ordered progress report issued by a federal monitor Wednesday.

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Mon: NJ Assembly Considers Bill To Improve Searches For Missing Children

On Monday, the state Assembly considers legislation that would improve searches for missing children.

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Too Young for a Kindle Fire? [POLL]

My seven-year-old niece wants a laptop computer for Christmas this year.

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