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FDA Details Blood Clot Risk on Birth Control Pills
Federal health regulators said Tuesday they are adding labeling to Yaz and other newer birth control pills emphasizing that the drugs may be more likely to cause blood clots than older contraceptive pills.
Weak Security Hampers Cyber Efforts, Says Official
A senior Pentagon official says international cooperation on developing better tools and methods to prevent cyberattacks is being undermined by poor computer security among U.S. allies.
Wind Firm Seeks More Time to Revise NJ Application
The company likely closest to placing wind turbines off the coast of New Jersey is seeking more time to file an amended application with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.
Chris Christie Says Nation Turning into Couch Potatoes
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie fears America may soon become a “paternalistic entitlement society” where people sit on the couch, waiting for their next government check.
Zimmerman’s Lawyers Withdraw From Shooting Case [VIDEO]
Attorneys for a Florida neighborhood watch volunteer who fatally shot an unarmed black teen have withdrawn as his counsel, saying they haven’t heard from him since Sunday.
Tim Tebow Apparel Fight Settled Between Nike and Reebok
Reebok and Nike have settled their dispute over Tim Tebow New York Jets jerseys.
NJ College Student’s Death ‘Not Suspicious’
Authorities say the death of a College of New Jersey student who died on campus is not considered suspicious.
Employers Posted More Job Openings in February
Employers posted slightly more job openings in February, suggesting that modest hiring gains will continue in coming months.
GAO Report Disputes Governor Christie’s Tunnel Fears
Independent congressional investigators are raising questions about why New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie scrapped the Hudson River rail tunnel project in 2010.
Ordinance Would Boost Atlantic City Mayor’s Pay
Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford would get a $15,874 raise under an ordinance that’s due to be introduced by the City Council on Wednesday.
Carriers Agree To Disable Stolen Phones For Good
Cellphone companies and the government are trying to make it as difficult to use a stolen cellphone as it is to sell a stolen car.
Obama Pressing For ‘Buffett Rule’ In Florida
President Barack Obama is urging Congress to boost taxes on millionaires, traveling to Florida today to make a populist pitch about economic fairness.