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Topic - The Star-Ledger
The Star-Ledger is the largest circulated newspaper in the U.S. state of New Jersey and is based in Newark. It is a sister paper to The Jersey Journal of Jersey City, The Times of Trenton and the Staten Island Advance, all of which are owned by Advance Publications. - Source: Wikipedia
A New Jersey appeals court has refused to hear arguments by Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf that his family's net worth should be kept private.
A proposed law in New Jersey would make it illegal to eat, smoke or apply makeup while driving.
Three people in two states came forward Thursday as the lucky winners of the massive $448 million Powerball lottery prize.
New legislation making its way through the New Jersey State Senate would allow police officers to search the cell phones of those involved in car accidents without a warrant, The Star-Ledger reported Monday.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is cashing checks from all sorts of unlikely places, from George Soros' hedge fund executives to professors at the University of California at Berkeley, a Newark Star-Ledger review of state and federal records found.
The woman hired to clean up Rutgers' scandal-scarred athletic program quit as Tennessee's women's volleyball coach 16 years ago after her players submitted a letter complaining she ruled through humiliation, fear and emotional abuse, The Star-Ledger reported Saturday night on its website.
A person familiar with the decision says Rutgers has hired Julie Hermann from the University of Louisville to be its new athletic director.
Former Rutgers Athletic Director Tim Pernetti is getting $1.2 million in salary, plus an iPad, car allowance and more than two years of health insurance coverage under a settlement agreement.
The burgeoning basketball scandal has cost Rutgers more than a popular, young athletic director, an interim general counsel, two coaches and a lot of embarrassment.
A Rutgers assistant men's basketball coach has resigned amid a scandal over the way his former boss treated players.
New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg, a Democrat, announced Thursday that he will not seek re-election to a sixth term next year.
Embattled N.J. Sen. Robert Menendez — who faces questions and controversies over allegations he used his political influence to help his Florida friend and campaign donor obtain favorable business deals — has received some support a few states over: Sen. Dick Durbin from Illinois says he shouldn't resign yet.
Jurors in New Jersey have convicted a former "Melrose Place" actress of vehicular homicide.
Coast Guard officials reported hearing banging noises coming from a container Wednesday during a routine inspection of a cargo ship from the Middle East, leading them to believe stowaways might be inside.
A mother and her three children were found dead in a burned house Tuesday in northwest Oregon, and the children's father was found dead later in a car, all victims of what police said appeared to be a murder-suicide.