Keep trying at the Taj

Too easy to criticize workers trying to survive

Local 54 didn't give members say on Taj deal

Vets group shouldn't remain nonpartisan now

Roadwork shutdowns needlessly left obstacles

Media biased, damaging in this election year

Surprise 15% increase

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Sports fans boo for many reasons. Brazilians, maybe more than most. Jeers, catcalls and heckling were staples of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, and the habit stirred a storm of comment and consternation.

Last week Russian bombers flew out of Iranian air bases to attack rebel positions in Syria. The State Department pretended not to be surprised. It should be alarmed. Iran's intensely nationalistic revolutionary regime had never permitted foreign forces to operate from its soil. Until now.

It is said George Washington reminded us, "The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by our nation."

To listen to both his defenders and critics, Donald Trump represents the U.S. version of a new nationalism popping up around the world. I'm not so sure.

On Feb. 14, 1979, less than one month after the shah of Iran's exile, the U.S. Embassy in Tehran was overrun by Iranian militants. Within hours, it was returned to U.S. hands. Now on notice that U.S. diplomats were stationed at a vulnerable outpost in a sea of anti-Americanism, the Carter ad…

For over 20 years, my law practice has focused on criminal/municipal court and personal injury law. I have represented victims of dog bites in personal injury cases, as well as defendants charged in municipal court as a result of their dog attacking someone. It never ceases to amaze me how a…

Donald Trump's newly proposed ideological test for immigrants - one that he characterized as "extreme vetting" in a speech on Monday - has renewed debate over immigration reform in the presidential election.

Atlantic City Council last week tabled a resolution authorizing a shared-services deal with Atlantic County that could save the city $1 million per year over concerns the county would not hire city workers. Should the city let preserving jobs stand in the way of sharing services and saving money?

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The Eagles won their second preseason game 17-0. Do you believe in new coach Doug Pederson?

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Revel owner Glenn Straub says the shuttered casino will be fully functioning by the end of the year. Will it happen?

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Donald Trump's campaign manager resigned Friday, is his campaign in trouble?

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The A.C. Council voted not to dissolve the MUA, possibly endangering a state loan. Should the state step in?

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