Donald Trump Jr: Media Is Clinton's Number One SurrogateDonald Trump Jr attacked the media's coverage of Hillary Clinton and addressed his father's changing approach to the presidential campaign.
Ivanka: Trump's Child Care Proposals Are ConservativeIvanka Trump defended her father's new child care proposal from critics who say it is not conservative.
ZEOLI SHOW LOG 09.14.16Rich discussed Donald Trump's child care plan, Colin Powell's email hack and dietary goals concerning fat and sugar. Rich spoke with Ivanka Trump at 5pm regarding Donald Trump's childcare plan at 5 pm.
Understanding HSA Vs. FSA OptionsWhat’s the difference between an FSA and an HSA?
3 On Your Side: Budgeting For ChildcareIt's an expense that can catch many new parents off guard, childcare. As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, budgeting for child care should start taking place even before the baby arrives.
How To Add Romance While Also Traveling With KidsConsider these five tips on how to add romance while traveling with kids.
New Report Says Child Care Providers In New Jersey Are Operating On Shoestring BudgetsThe report by the group Advocates for Children of New Jersey says child care providers know what quality is - they just can't afford it.
Back To Work: Preparing Family For Your Return To The OfficeEase your family's transition into a new routine when you go back to work
Legacy Parenting Project Holds Conference To Help Teen MomsEvent organizer Monica Williams says there are resources to help teen parents deal with higher education, finance and even housing.
New Jersey's Annual 'Kids Count' Report Shows No Signs Of Economic ImprovementA newly released survey indicates more children in New Jersey are living in families that cannot make ends meet.
More Parents Staying Home Rather Than Putting Children In Day CareMany American families are weighing the pros and cons of having one partner stay at home to raise the children, versus both adults working full time.
Audit Finds Errors Rife In NJ Low-Income Child Care Subsidy ProgramIt’s a $124-million-per-year, state and federally funded program that provides assistance for low-income families in need of child care.