'Identity proofing' has saved the Garden State millions.
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Does a public-records request trump a confidentiality agreement?
State warns of a surge of flesh-eating bacterium in its waters.
New poll shows 75 percent of state residents support mandatory cutbacks.
The federal appeals decision upholds a February ruling that found the ban violated the Constitution's equal protection clause.
People in Los Angeles and San Francisco often say that the initial links in a proposed north-south system would be "trains to nowhere." People from nowhere weigh in.
The term "public-private partnership” does not fully capture the collaborative nature of the project.
A new state mandate that claimants post their resumés online raises technical concerns.
States are trying to circumvent federal nutrition standards that would limit sugary foods at school fundraisers.
The Colorado River Basin lost nearly 53 million acre feet of water between Dec. 2004 and Nov. 2013