- NASA $4 Billion Uranus Voyage Could Be Windfall for Space Firms
- Jeff Bezos Wields a ‘Scorched Earth’ Contract Protest Strategy
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- Pentagon Urged to Do More Against Biased Artificial Intelligence
- Face Scan Standards Aim to Reduce Bias for TSA, US Customs Use
The American Independent
- 20 years after 9/11, Muslim Americans still face excessive surveillance
- Houses of worship need more protection but obstacles remain
- Faith leaders call on Biden to abolish federal death penalty once and for all
- Sikhs and Hindus face violence as US troops withdraw from Afghanistan
- 10% of N.J. residents live nowhere near a supermarket. Can a new $40M program help?
- From bar fights to chill fire pits, Jersey Shore nightlife remains a coronavirus work in progress
- Swing County Swing State: Beyond the Great Divide
- N.J. legend Philip Roth’s legacy hangs in the balance as biographer accused of rape
- Hindus in N.J. who voted for Trump in 2016 say their support is waning
- Remote learning was chaos in the spring. Will it get any better when school starts again?
- Libraries in N.J. forced to turn the page, reimagine services in post-COVID world
- N.J. ballots being hand-checked in mandatory audit. How the results could shape future elections.
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The Jerusalem Post
- Ofer Berkovitch campaigns with Olim, sticks to script
- Over 60 babies born from sperm smuggled by Palestinian prisoners
- How does Trump’s new U.N. ambassador stack up on Israel?
- For fans of John Coltrane his lost album is exciting. For the church that worships him, it’s a religious event
- Feuding founders John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on July 4, hours apart
- Forget the World Cup. On Saturday, the largest soccer crowd was in Atlanta
- Animals are better at predicting World Cup matches than you. (Well, some of them are