The Age of Majority Differs from State to State

Posted by Mihran Naltchayan. Watching the news earlier, I heard a report that the juvenile ages among the states in the United States are all different. I always thought that any person eighteen or younger is considered a juvenile. That is a false assumption on my part. In New York, Connecticut, and North Carolina, a juvenile […]

Judge Blocks U.S. From Ending Protections for Some Immigrants

Posted by Brittany Howanice. In the latest case with President Trump’s immigration policies the judges have used Trump’s comments to go against him. With the new immigration policy, Trump wants to end protections that allowed immigrants from countries to live and work legally in the United States. He also wants to separate families, and even […]

Issues with IP and Small Business

Posted by Nadia Haddad. Throughout the article, “Intellectual Property,” the author Darren Dahl talks about four different common fallacies that small business is unaware. The two most precious resources for any small business owner are time and money. Small business owners believe that it is not worth the time or effort to secure intellectual property […]

Obama Calls the Iran Deal “Our Best Bet”

Posted by Basbibi Kakar. According to American and European officials, United States and Iran’s are closing in on a historic agreement to limit Iran’s nuclear program. But the parties are facing problems, including when United Nations sanctions would be lifted and how inspections would be conducted. President Obama is strongly against an agreement with Iran […]

Burglary of Jewelry Store Bungled

Posted by Mihran Naltchayan. On January 16, 2012 around 1:30am, there was a burglary at a jewelry store named “Taline’s Jewelry” in Edgewater, NJ. Burglary is the breaking and entering into a building with the intent to commit a felony therein. The jewelry store was arranged with a front display space, and the store next door […]

New Jersey Still Fighting Hard to Legalize Sports Gambling

Posted by Adam Kutarnia. People have been betting on sports for centuries, however, the multi-billion dollar industry is illegal in almost all parts of the United States except for four states – Nevada, Delaware, Oregon and Montana. Last summer, 29 men were arrested in New Jersey for running a sports betting ring that grossed approximately to […]

Tesla Triumphs in New Jersey

Posted by Rizzlyn Melo. The car-manufacturing company, Tesla, has been battling with New Jersey government officials for the right to sell their premium electric cars in the state. Tesla differs from other car-manufacturers because they sell their vehicles directly from small, independently-owned sites instead of large dealerships. Many of Tesla’s facilities are actually located in […]

Tyco Scandal Revisited

Posted by Kate Robinson. Tyco International, Limited, is a corporation that provides over three million customers globally with fire protection and security products and services. It is currently the world’s largest pure-play fire and security company. Tyco is incorporated in Switzerland and its operational headquarters are located in Princeton, New Jersey. In 2002, Tyco’s former CEO, […]

Defect Found in Apple Watch

Posted by Marlon Javier Tatis. As roughly a million Apple customers impatiently wait for their watches to arrive, they now have an answer as to what’s the holdup. Apple claims to have found a defect in the “taptic engine of the watch, which mimics the sensation of being tapped on the wrist, the newspaper said Wednesday.” […]

AT&T Fires President Aaron Slater Over Racist Text

Posted by Jenifer Canas-Benavides. What’s worse than saying something racist? Sending something racially inappropriate with not only your personal phone, but also the business work phone. President of AT&T Aaron Slater was sued for sending a racist photo to a co-worker. The co-worker, Knoyme King, is of African descent. The photo was of an African […]