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Pickets, Bankruptcy Greet AC Casinos for Unofficial Start to Summer

The crucial summer season will start with three Atlantic City casinos in bankruptcy and one beset by regular pickets and protests. »

South Jersey Gas Reapplies to Build Pinelands Pipeline

South Jersey Gas is again seeking permission to build a 22-mile natural gas pipeline in New Jersey's Pinelands. »

Philly University to Get 'Digital Dentistry' Center

Digital dentistry, under the broadest of definitions, refers to any dental technology or device that incorporates digital or computer-controlled components into patient care. »

'Tebow Pretzel' Sales Go to QB's Foundation

The developer of Gloucester Premium Outlets is looking to hire 800 people to work at the retail property it is constructing in Blackwood, N.J. »


Recall: Restraint Could Break on Booster Seats

The restraint on your child’s booster seat could potentially come loose and pose a fall threat to you child. »

Scrabble's New Words Bring the "Lolz"

Some people will find a few of the new acceptable Scrabble words “ridic.” "Lolz", "cakehole," "thanx" and "ridic” are now able to be played in the word game, according to the latest edition of "Collins Official... »

Experts Missed It: Cheap Oil Can Hurt US Economy

If there was one thing most economists agreed on at the start of the year, it was this: Plunging oil prices would boost the U.S. economy. »

Pa. Prepares for Possible Arrival of Deadly Bird Flu

The avian influenza strain that has decimated flocks of chickens and turkeys in the western United States has not yet made it to Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or Delaware. But officials here are on edge, canceling... »

J&J Pays Millions to Settle Antipsychotic Drug Suit

Court filings show pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay $7.8 million to settle a lawsuit over how the company marketed an antipsychotic drug to Arkansas doctors. »

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Angry Gamers Lash Out at Candy Crush Maker

Angry Gamers Lash Out at Candy Crush Maker

Lawsuit filed in Chicago in March accuses the maker of the gaming sensation of systematically deleting players’ "lives" in order to spur sales.

Hackers Take Down Philly Council Site, Post Pro-Islam Message

Hackers Take Down Philly Council Site, Post Pro-Islam Message

The morning after primary elections potentially reshaped Philadelphia’s City Council, hackers with a pro-Islam, anti-American message took down council’s website.

Obama Shatters Guinness' Twitter Record

Obama Shatters Guinness' Twitter Record

President Obama shattered a Twitterverse record when his new account @POTUS got one million followers in less than five hours, according to Guinness World Records. The Monday Twitter record beat one previously...

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