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"… ome 14 times more than those in the bottom 20 percent. The nearby New York-Newark-Jersey City metro area is close behind, as households in the top 5 percent …"

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"… l producers round out the top five. The now-defunct Diamond Alkali Co. in Newark, New Jersey, manufactured chemicals including those used to make Agent Ora …"

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"… sted higher than the maximum level allowed by the EPA, while about half of Newark, New Jersey public schools found lead in their water. Lead can cause sign …"

"… spond. School response to lead exposure varies When 30 public schools in Newark, New Jersey, found lead in their water in March 2016, Superintendent Chris …"

"… s there when it was a problem 27 years ago,” said Kim Gaddy, a parent at Newark Public Schools. “I was more angry and disappointed that not only they di …"

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"… ross the country. Multiple schools are squeezed next to well-used roads in Newark — where residents are battling for clean-air improvements around their t …"

"… The problem is more obvious in some places. Take the Ironbound. It’s a Newark neighborhood known for its Portuguese restaurants, large immigrant communi …"

"… ks, passing by schools, rumbling down narrow roads, blocking streets. The Newark community abuts the Port of New York and New Jersey, third-largest seaport …"

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"… stigative articles as editor and reporter for the Star-Ledger in Newark, New Jersey, where he was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2005 …"

"… versity’s Medill School of Journalism and served as a VISTA volunteer in Newark, New Jersey before that. Wyoming A native Alaskan, Brielle Schaeffer is …"

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"… rsey lawmaker representing a densely populated patch of the state south of Newark. Lesniak, one of the state’s most powerful politicians, had caught Brenn …"

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"… lead over Lonegan.     …"

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"… ry just weeks away, new super PACs are popping up to boost — or bash — Newark Mayor Cory Booker’s candidacy in New Jersey’s crowded U.S. Senate spec …"

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"… Sandy came more bad news. More than 330 Karmas, awaiting shipment at Port Newark in New Jersey, were “damaged beyond repair during this unforeseen natura …"

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"… r. Had Lautenberg sought another term, he would have likely faced popular Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker in a Democratic primary. Early polls gave Booker …"

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"… bsp;who previously covered the statehouse for the Star-Ledger of Newark, said New Jersey’s disclosure law is “well-intentioned” but lacking. …"

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"… an a million pounds of shrimp to the U.S. through Los Angeles, Long Beach, Newark, New York, Seattle and Savannah. Sagar Grandhi officials could not be reac …"

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"… pher J. Christie of New Jersey filed a complaint in U.S. District Court in Newark seeking a permanent injunction barring Actavis Totowa and Actavis from man …"

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"… d Leonard A. Cole, an author and political scientist at Rutgers University-Newark who has written extensively about terrorist threats by biological, chemica …"