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QUIZ: Can You Identify These Famous American Historical Figures?

How many can YOU identify?
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Quiz: Can We Guess Your Education Level By Your Biblical Knowledge?

Are you biblically educated?
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QUIZ: Can You Guess Every One Of These NFL Logos?

How well do YOU know NFL logos past and present?
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Quiz: Can You Pass A 7th Grade Vocabulary Test?

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Quiz: How Smart Are You When It Comes To World War II?

How much WWII knowledge do YOU have?
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Quiz: How Well Do You Know Southern Slang?

Yankees, don't even try.

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They Ended Up in Decrepit Housing i...

They Ended Up in Decrepit Housing in Newark. Is New York to Blame?

The apartment of a formerly homeless woman was so cold the dog?s water bowl froze. Raw sewage seeped into the basement of another woman?s.
As Newark Rises, Could Black Reside...

As Newark Rises, Could Black Residents Be Pushed Out?

With another development planned at the site of a baseball stadium, local officials are trying to achieve revitalization without gentrification.
Harrison, N.J.: The Next Hoboken?

Harrison, N.J.: The Next Hoboken?

With new luxury housing and a $256 million PATH station, the Hudson County city is hoping to turn itself into a place millennials want to call home.
Wheels Up on More Flights to the Af...

Wheels Up on More Flights to the African Continent

New nonstop flights are dramatically cutting travel time and linking more African cities to the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.
$200 Million, Jailed Immigrants and...

$200 Million, Jailed Immigrants and a Democratic Bastion Under Fire

A New Jersey county in one of the bluest regions of the country faces mounting pressure to stop housing detained immigrants in its jail.
Newark Says Water Crisis Is Easing ...

Newark Says Water Crisis Is Easing as Lead Filters Prove Mostly Effective

Weeks of testing showed ?good news,? but the city will continue to distribute bottled water.

nytimes.com newjersey/newark

They Ended Up in Decrepit Housing i...

They Ended Up in Decrepit Housing in Newark. Is New York to Blame?

The apartment of a formerly homeless woman was so cold the dog?s water bowl froze. Raw sewage seeped into the basement of another woman?s.
As Newark Rises, Could Black Reside...

As Newark Rises, Could Black Residents Be Pushed Out?

With another development planned at the site of a baseball stadium, local officials are trying to achieve revitalization without gentrification.
Harrison, N.J.: The Next Hoboken?

Harrison, N.J.: The Next Hoboken?

With new luxury housing and a $256 million PATH station, the Hudson County city is hoping to turn itself into a place millennials want to call home.
Wheels Up on More Flights to the Af...

Wheels Up on More Flights to the African Continent

New nonstop flights are dramatically cutting travel time and linking more African cities to the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.
$200 Million, Jailed Immigrants and...

$200 Million, Jailed Immigrants and a Democratic Bastion Under Fire

A New Jersey county in one of the bluest regions of the country faces mounting pressure to stop housing detained immigrants in its jail.
Newark Says Water Crisis Is Easing ...

Newark Says Water Crisis Is Easing as Lead Filters Prove Mostly Effective

Weeks of testing showed ?good news,? but the city will continue to distribute bottled water.

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N.J. pets in need: April 8, 2019

N.J. pets in need: April 8, 2019

Vintage photos of baseball and soft...

Vintage photos of baseball and softball in N.J.

N.J. pets in need: April 1, 2019

N.J. pets in need: April 1, 2019

Vintage family photos from N.J.

Vintage family photos from N.J.

N.J. pets in need: March 25, 2019

N.J. pets in need: March 25, 2019

More vintage photos of everyday ite...

More vintage photos of everyday items from the '60s and '70s you might have forgotten

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