Congressman: Obama used national security as ‘political football’
Chairman of the Armed Services Committee Congressman Mac Thornberry talks about the struggle over funding Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.
What’s open (and what’s not) on Thanksgiving in NJ
No one wants to be inconvenienced on a holiday. Check out this guide to help you make the best of your time off.
Titus Pierce clarifies ‘I wish blacks would get over slavery’ comment
Political newcomer and 2017 gubernatorial candidate Titus Pierce made a controversial statement last weekend when he tweeted at NJ 101.5, “I wish blacks would get over slavery.” Morning Show host Bill Spadea asked him to clarify that statement this morning.
5 NJ charities that could use your new $100 gift card even more than you
‘Tis the season for giving thanks, and in the spirit of generosity, take a moment to checkout a few Jersey-based charities that work year-round to give back to others.
CNN host to Spadea: Christie should’ve made varsity debate
Think Chris Christie stole the fourth presidential debate? You're not the only one. CNN commentator Tara Setmayer offered us insightful analysis on what last night's performance means for candidates as we move closer to the election year.
Caller frustrated over plan to give immigrants here illegally NJ driver’s licenses
Some government officials are once again trying to give driver's licenses to illegal immigrants, with Ray Lesniak attempting to model New Jersey after California. Not everyone supports giving non-citizens a government-issued I.D. though.
We need dictionaries more than emojis (Watch)
The taco emoji was a victory. The emoji keyboard however, is a little much.
Are you politically correct? Take this quiz to find out
Every day our listeners and hosts get riled up over some form of political correctness, and now a Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll has added to the suspicion that "PC" is taking over the world. To prove whether this is true in New Jersey, we thought we'd put everyone to the test.
Eric Scott apologizes for making fun of the Mets (Watch)
The Mets are finally going to the World Series, and this occasion marks a very special win for Bob Williams.
Overcoming depression can be your story, too (Watch)
Shauna Moses, the associate executive director at the New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, knows firsthand the importance of addressing mental illness due to her own battle with depression and a suicide attempt. According to Moses, the mental illness awareness program, Attitudes in Reverse (AIR) taught her she that there’s a biological basis to mental illness, as well as