Govt. shutdown hits pregnant couple

(9Jan 2019) A New Jersey air traffic controller and his pregnant wife say they risk financial troubles if the federal government shutdown is not resolved. (Jan. 9)

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NJ Police: 4 dead in Garden State Parkway crash

New Jersey state police say a crash involving a car and a tanker truck on the Garden State Parkway has left four people dead. The accident happened about 2:50 a.m. Wednesday in the southbound lanes near Exit 81 in Berkeley Township. (Dec. 26)

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Holiday decorations over NY-NJ tunnel moved

(18 Dec 2018) A holiday wreath was removed from the Holland Tunnel, which links New York to New Jersey. A tree was moved from the letter N to A. Some motorists had complained that the design was distracting. (Dec. 18)

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NJ motorists nab cash spilled by armored truck

(13 Dec 2018) An armored truck spilled cash Thursday on a New Jersey highway, leading to two crashes as drivers “went a little bit crazy,” stopping their cars and scrambling to grab the swirling money. (Dec. 13)

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Bear repellent sends Amazon workers to hospital

(5 Dec 2018) Authorities said 24 workers at an Amazon warehouse in New Jersey were taken to the hospital after a can of bear repellent was punctured and released fumes Wednesday. At least one of the workers was in critical condition. (Dec. 5)

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NJ man in quadruple murder, arson case at court

(30 Nov 2018) A New Jersey man charged with killing his brother and the brother’s wife and two children appeared at court Friday morning, and pleaded not guilty. His lawyers said he loved his family dearly and would have never hurt them. (Nov. 30)

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(29 Nov 2018) Here are the top stories for Thursday, November 29th: Michael Cohen enters a guilty plea; Trump calls Cohen a “weak person”; A New Jersey man is charged with killing his brother and his brother’s family; Icy roads lead to a pile-up in Indiana.

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Officials: Money the motive in NJ family slaying

(29 Nov 2018) Prosecutors said Thursday that financial motives led a New Jersey technology executive to kill his brother, the brother’s wife and their young children before setting fire to their two homes last week. (Nov. 29)

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Feminist Apparel CEO Confessed To Sexual Misconduct And Then Fired His Staff (HBO)

Alan Martofel is the CEO of Feminist Apparel, a T-shirt company run out of a New Jersey strip mall.

After Donald Trump’s election, a number of Feminist Apparel campaigns and products went viral—and its shirts were a common sight at women’s marches. It was a Hashtag Resistance success story, with 360,000 followers on social media and a growing staff.

But this past July Feminist Apparel became the focus of a global Internet shitstorm, when Alan fired all but one of his employees.

It started five years ago, when Alan wrote a Facebook post admitting to having ”grinded up on women on buses and at concerts without their consent” and once putting “a woman’s hand on my dick while she was sleeping.”

He cataloged his sins, apologized, and declared the creation of Feminist Apparel his “humble attempt” at penance.

The post was public — and has since been deleted. But his employees had no idea. And when they discovered it, they were furious.

Alan had other ideas. Feminist Apparel would remain in business. But in an email to staff, he informed 9 of his 10 employees that they had been fired.

Feminist Apparel’s ex-employees say that the truth about the company’s founding is only part of their problem with Alan. ​​ ​

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4 in NJ mansion killed by ‘homicidal violence’

(21 Nov 2018) A homeowner, who died along with his wife and two children as their luxury home went up in flames, suffered a gunshot wound and all four are considered to be homicide victims, prosecutors in New Jersey said Wednesday. (Nov. 21)

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