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The feds and a national foundation are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of burglars who stole guns, including an AR-15 rifle, and ammunition from an Aurora gun shop.

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The feds and a national foundation are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of burglars who stole guns, including an AR-15 rifle, and ammunition from an Aurora gun shop.

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey doesn’t use a computer

Twitter users curious about CEO Jack Dorsey’s tech habits got some answers this week. Dave Gershgorn, a reporter for Quartz, tweeted at the 41-year-old Wednesday and pressed for details. “[Jack], serious question, do you use a computer/laptop,” he asked. Dorsey, who co-founded Twitter,...

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Pizza festival, wine tasting, and races in Hudson County this weekend

Hundreds of old and new world wines from around the globe will be offered at the Jersey City Wine Fest. Pizza festival takes over Hoboken Pizza lovers can sample slices from the best pizzerias in Hoboken on Saturday, Oct 13, at the 2nd annual Hoboken Pizza Fest at Our Lady of Grace Church. The event...

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The story behind Hoboken's new street mural (spoiler alert: it involves pizza)

"For me, art is like a lot like life...It may not make sense at first but eventually all the pieces start to fit into place." In the 10 years that artist Ricardo Roig has called Hoboken home, he's become a loyal customer of Napoli's Pizza on Washington Street. So when the pizzeria opened a second...

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Rutgers credit card fraud charges remain unresolved as attorneys, prosecutor spar

Charges against eight current, former Rutgers football players referred to grand jury. The status of four Rutgers football players suspended due to charges related to an alleged credit card fraud scheme remains unresolved after a brief, but somewhat heated, hearing Thursday in Middlesex County...

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At a sparsely attended school board meeting in July, officials had offered the roughly 23-acre "Field of Dreams" as its only real alternative for replacing the current arrangement of leasing parking spaces in a nearby industrial park.

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Church must end male-only hierarchy | Faith Matters

At the World Meeting of Families in Dublin in August, CBS News correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti interviewed Sister Liz Murphy, secretary general of the Association of Leaders of Missionaries and Religious of Ireland, sitting next to Chicago's Cardinal Blase Cupich. At the World Meeting of...

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“It’s nightlife for adults,” is how Sam Ross explains the uptick in craft cocktail bars opening up and down the Vegas Strip. “They’re a departure from the Las Vegas normal,” Ross says about these dens of fancy drinking, contrasting them with the footlong slushie fratboy cocktails offered...

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Thursday’s sale of three-year bonds had to be offered at a giveaway price. And even that wasn’t enough to really stoke demand.

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