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  • Apple Retreats to the Suburbs

    Apple Inc.’s stunning new Campus 2 in Cupertino, California, will be one of Steve Jobs’ lasting legacies when completed in 2015. For better or worse, he was thinking differently to the end, striving for geographic self- sufficiency even as many other high-technology enterprises across the country were starting to return to city life. Will this approach, and the complex that embodies it, renew Apple’s culture of excellence or retard it?

  • N.J. Democrats Struggle to Crawl Out From Booker’s Shadow

    Newark Mayor Cory Booker dabbed sweat beading his forehead, standing outside a home in New Jersey’s biggest city this week as he called for action to ease foreclosures. Then the three other Democratic contenders in a shortened U.S. Senate primary each got a chance to speak.

  • Christie Riles Black Leaders With Comments on Schools Bill

    Governor Chris Christie angered Democrats and black leaders who say he unnecessarily injected race into his comments about fixing public schools during his first town-hall meeting in Paterson, New Jersey.

  • Ex-New Jersey Nets Player Tate George Charged in $2 Million Ponzi Scheme

    Tate George, a former player for the National Basketball Association’s New Jersey Nets and Milwaukee Bucks, was charged with running a $2 million Ponzi scheme that targeted ex-professional athletes.

  • Sarah Charlesworth Leaves Magic Images, Beloved Garden

    The news of Sarah Charlesworth’s sudden death sent me back to October last year, when I visited the artist in her 19th-century house in Falls Village, Connecticut.

  • Christie Calls 2013 Election to Fill Lautenberg’s Seat

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican seeking a second term in November, called for a special election in October to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by yesterday’s death of Frank Lautenberg.

  • Quickie N.J. Senate Race Shapes Up as Challengers Emerge

    A four-way battle for the “heart of the Democratic Party” in New Jersey enters its first full day today as U.S. Representative Frank Pallone and state Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver jump into the race to replace U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg, who died last week.

  • Oliver Is 4th Democrat in Primary for Lautenberg’s Seat

    New Jersey Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver became the fourth Democrat to announce plans to run in the special election to determine who will finish the term of the late U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg.

  • Lenders Must Be Named in Foreclosures, New Jersey Court Rules

    New Jersey’s Supreme Court ruled that the lender must be named in documents indicating a bank’s intention to foreclose on a mortgage before a residential property can be seized.

  • Christie Seeks Medicaid Expansion in $32.9 Billion Budget

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a critic of President Barack Obama’s health-care overhaul, called for expanding Medicaid in his state as he proposed a $32.9 billion spending plan ahead of his re-election bid.

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