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Soldier's kind act brings smile to woman's face, inspires others

PETERSBURG ,Va. — The family of the woman in this picture would like your help to find the soldier seated at her table. Donald Rackley took the photo Tuesday at  Hardee’s near Fort Lee. 138 more words

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Federal indictments coming in bridge scandal?

By: Bob Ingle

Supporters of Gov. Chris Christie had only a few hours to maintain that the interim report from the joint legislative committee looking into the George Washington Bridge lanes closure cleared Christie of any wrongdoing before a story quoting unnamed sources said federal indictments were on the way.   593 more words

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Pols Push Cuomo and Christie to Sign Port Authority Transparency Bill

Brooklyn Assemblyman James Brennan convened half a dozen of his New York and New Jersey colleagues to press Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Gov. Chris Christie to sign into law bills aimed at reforming the Port Authority in the aftermath of last year’s “Bridgegate” scandal after the bills passed overwhelming in the legislatures of both states. 580 more words

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Menendez, Prieto offer measured responses to Schar report on Bridgegate

SECAUCUS – Two prominent North Jersey politicos responded on Friday to a report submitted on Thursday to the state Legislative Select Committee on Investigation by special counsel Reid J. 527 more words

Report: No Evidence Christie Involved In Bridge Plot

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey lawmakers probing politically motivated traffic jams near the George Washington Bridge last year have found no evidence that Gov. Chris Christie was involved in the scheme. 662 more words

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Weinberg: interim Bridgegate report to be presented tomorrow

State Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-37) confirmed that an interim report of the findings of the legislative Select Committee on Investigation regarding the Bridgegate scandal will be submitted tomorrow to committee members and released to the public on Monday. 400 more words

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New soldiers at Fort Lee get big surprise for Thanksgiving

FORT LEE, Va. — Young soldiers, many having their first Thanksgiving in the U.S. Army and away from home, walked in expecting their usual lunch on Thanksgiving. 232 more words

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