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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - John Hoffman
Five New Jersey men have pleaded guilty for their roles in a human trafficking and prostitution ring.
Two more New Jersey residents face allegations of filing fraudulent applications for Superstorm Sandy aid.
State officials said Wednesday they will deploy state troopers and other law enforcement officers in Newark's most violence-prone neighborhoods as part of an anti-violence program that has already made headway in Trenton.
Driver inattention was a major contributing factor in 1.4 million crashes in New Jersey over the past decade, roughly half of the total accidents that occurred during that time.
An elder law attorney in Atlantic County and the owner of an in-home senior care company are accused of preying on elderly clients and stealing their life savings.
New Jersey's attorney general says he's looking into who ordered a state trooper to photograph protesters at Gov. Chris Christie's town hall meetings.
Nearly three dozen people were arrested or charged in what authorities said Thursday was a takedown of an auto theft ring that used tactics including carjackings in New York and New Jersey to help feed a demand for luxury sport utility vehicles in West Africa.
Producers of prescription forms used by New Jersey doctors will soon have to add enhanced security features.
The Super Bowl is bringing hundreds of thousands of people to the New York-New Jersey area, and law enforcement authorities want to make sure they don't worsen an already widespread human trafficking problem.
As hundreds of thousands of revelers head to the state for the Super Bowl, New Jersey law enforcement officials have launched a multiagency effort to combat drunken driving.
A southern New Jersey man who pleaded guilty in a child pornography investigation that led to several other arrests is now headed to prison.
The company that owns an oil platform that caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico has vowed to continue searching for a second missing worker after a body was recovered in the waters near the site.
Acting state Attorney General John Hoffman said the data released Monday shows the state has experienced a "distracted driving decade."
But he says an ongoing law enforcement initiative is helping to combat the problem.