Delaware River Dredging Opponents Try Again To Halt ProjectThe basic argument to stop the $360-million project, argued to be critical to bringing new, larger ships upriver, is that the US Army Corps of Engineers didn't pay enough attention to opponents' various concerns.
CBS Off The Hook For Infamous Super Bowl 'Wardrobe Malfunction'The Federal Communications Commission is now considering whether to appeal a federal court ruling yesterday that CBS cannot be fined for Janet Jackson's notorious "wardrobe malfunction" during the 2004 Super Bowl.
Carl Lewis Folds His Campaign Tent After Being Knocked Off NJ BallotThe nine-time Olympic gold medalist said he would still be involved in Democratic campaigns and charity work. "Service does not need a title," he said.
New Jersey Files For Federal Appeal Of Delaware River DredgingNew Jersey has taken its fight over dredging the Delaware River to a federal appeals court in Philadelphia.
Judges Put Carl Lewis Back On NJ State Senate Primary BallotMeanwhile, the US Third Circuit Court of Appeals wants the Camden federal judge who heard this matter last week to consider the effect on Lewis' candidacy of a state-mandated, four-year residency requirement, and to decide whether it runs afoul of the US Constitution.
Mumia Abu-Jamal Backers Gather Outside US CourthouseAs a federal appeals court began hearing arguments concerning the sentence of death row inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal, hundreds of Abu-Jamal supporters gathered outside the federal courthouse to protest.