U.S. Sens. Bob Menendez (D., N.J.) and Cory Booker (D., N.J.) sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security today asking them to help New Jersey obtain critically needed rock salt to maintain safety on the state’s roads.
The Obama Administration has not approved a waiver that would allow New Jersey quick access to tons of salt for ice-covered roads at a port in Maine despite the state being at dangerously low levels.
Waywire, the video-sharing website co-founded by Democratic Senate candidate Cory Booker, is being sold to web company Magnify, AllThingsD reported on Monday.
Looking for a distraction from the government shutdown and debt ceiling debate? I urge you to read Vanity Fair’s latest advertisement for “The New Establishment,” a list of “50 Titans Disrupting Media, Technology, and Culture,” the century-old magazine’s annual mash-note to the rich and powerful and self-satisfied. These disrupters innovate technologies, set the trends, define the limits of acceptable conversation in culture and politics and society, and pour money into the network of liberal foundations and Democratic campaigns around which our world is increasingly organized. They are the winners in the cognitive lottery that is the New Economy, the men and women creating and shaping, by accident and by design, the “New Feudalism” described so well by Joel Kotkin in The Daily Beast. It’s good to know their names.
Leaked emails in which a left-wing nonprofit promotes events by the President Obama-aligned Organizing for Action and circulates Democratic Party talking points on the government shutdown may be a possible violation of rules governing tax-exempt status for such organizations, experts say.
Some lawmakers are still questioning whether Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was behind the chemical weapons attack on a rebel area outside Damascus earlier this month despite the Obama administration’s public statements that the Assad regime was responsible.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker tweeted out an inspirational Mark Twain quotation Thursday morning—one problem: the quote is fake.
The owner of a computer consulting firm once employed by Mayor Cory Booker’s campaign has been indicted on charges of tax fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering.
The video sharing start-up founded by Newark Mayor Cory Booker and others has appointed the 14-year-old son of CNN president Jeffrey Zucker to its board.