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New Jersey weighing development at Liberty State Park

- Associated Press

A low-rise hotel or an amusement park could be coming to Liberty State Park if some of the developments outlined Tuesday in a report from Gov. Chris Christie's administration come to fruition.

Agency: 19 people ill in E. coli outbreak tied to Costco

- Associated Press

Nineteen people in seven states, including Montana, Utah and Colorado, have contracted E. coli in an outbreak linked to chicken salad bought at Costco, federal health officials said Tuesday.

Republican presidential candidate, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, left, speaks as Donald Trump looks on during the CNN Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, in Simi Valley, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

Correction: GOP 2016-Fact Check story

- Associated Press

In a Sept. 17 story fact-checking a Republican presidential candidates' debate, The Associated Press reported erroneously that doctors must pay a $200 fee to register with New Jersey's medical marijuana program. Patients and caregivers must pay the fee, but not doctors.

Obama honoring Streisand, Spielberg, Sondheim and more

- Associated Press

President Barack Obama recognized 17 Americans with the nation's highest civilian award Tuesday, including giants of the entertainment industry such as Barbra Streisand and Steven Spielberg, baseball legends Willie Mays and Yogi Berra, and politicians, activists and government innovators.

Excerpts from emails between Coke, anti-obesity group

- Associated Press

A nonprofit founded to fight obesity says the $1.5 million it received from Coke doesn't influence its work. But emails obtained by The Associated Press show the company was instrumental in shaping the group.

Dave Wakeling of The English Beat . (Eugenio Ingelsias)

Dave Wakeling: 'The (English) Beat Goes On'

- The Washington Times

Born out of the 1980s 2 Tone ska revival, The English Beat featured smart, catchy lyrics bended with a patented mix of rock, ska and reggae. In 1983 the band splintered and was reborn as two hit-making machines. These days The English Beat goes on led by Dave Wakeling in America. In advance of their appearance at the District's 9:30 Club on Thanksgiving Eve, Mr. Wakeling discussed the past, present and future of The English Beat.