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The Most Decorated Battleship in U.S. History Gets an Overdue Face-Lift

The most decorated battleship in the history of the United States is done with war. The engines of the vessel,…

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New Jersey Challenges N.Y.C. Congestion Pricing in Federal Court

A closely watched lawsuit could block or upend the city’s new tolling program, which will charge most vehicles for entering…

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New Jersey Ballot Ruling Applies Only to Democratic Race, Judge Says

A federal judge who tossed out the state’s unique ballot design said his ruling would affect only the Democratic primary.

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New Jersey’s Ballot Must Be Immediately Redesigned, Federal Judge Rules

The ruling is expected to abolish a practice that has allowed the state’s Democratic and Republican political machines to flourish.

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In Newark, 16-Year-Olds ‘With Skin in the Game’ Are Set to Get the Vote

New Jersey’s largest city is poised to allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in school board elections, starting in April.

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What We Know About the Menendez Bribery Case

Senator Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat, was charged with accepting bribes, including cash, gold bars and a Mercedes-Benz, in…

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To Avoid New York Rules, Migrants Are Dropped Off in New Jersey

Hundreds of migrants, sent mostly from Texas, arrived at train stops outside New York City over the weekend to sidestep…

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Tammy Murphy, N.J.’s First Lady, Enters Crowded Race for Menendez’s Seat

Ms. Murphy is likely to face at least three Democratic primary challengers — and possibly Senator Bob Menendez, who is…

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Congestion Pricing Delays Threaten Subway Projects, M.T.A. Chair Says

The News New Jersey’s attempt to block new tolls to enter Manhattan risks the funding to improve the subway and…

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The Real Estate Tycoon Whose Fingerprints Are on the Menendez Indictment

Fred Daibes, a New Jersey builder, was accused of defrauding a bank that he had founded. Prosecutors say he turned…

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