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Kratom is widely available in gas stations, despite experts' warnings of addiction, risks

Dr. Marvin Seppala, chief medical officer at Hazelden Betty Ford, said use kratom is becoming normalized, despite risks.


Lights sparkle, trees tower as the world decorates for the holidays 2019

As the holiday season commences, lights, trees and other decor are set up around the world. Here are spectacular holiday decorations of 2019.


Suspended, fired Asbury cops now in jail on misconduct charges in vandalism case

Thomas A. Dowling and Stephen M. Martinsen face misconduct charges stemming from alleged acts of vandalism to vehicles belonging to a police critic.


Don't defer to courts on school segregation

It' not too late to develop legislative remedies for NJ's school segregation issue, which would be better than having the courts dictate solutions.


2 children, 2 adults found dead in Pleasantville home

Police are investigating the deaths of two adults and two children in a home on Romer Avenue, police said.


'I felt like I was going to die.' CIA detainee depicts torture in Seton Hall report

A CIA detainee's drawings detail the brutal reach of torture. They are part of a new Seton Hall report called "How America Tortures."


Police team with Donnie Wahlberg of 'Blue Bloods' to give gifts in Edgewater

Singer and actor Donnie Wahlberg accompanied police officers Wednesday to get gifts for others.


Monmouth football: Instant analysis as No. 11 Hawks travel to No. 2 James Madison

As Monmouth takes on James Madison, this is your one stop for complete information and anlysis of the second round FCS Playoff game.


Cursive lessons should be mandatory in NJ schools, says State Assembly Speaker

A proposal to bring back mandatory cursive lessons has now drawn support from the ranking Democrat in the NJ State Assembly.


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