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  1. Where's the Cheese? McDonald's Sued Over Empty Mozzarella Sticks

    Where's the Cheese? McDonald's Sued Over Empty Mozzarella Sticks

    McDonald's finds itself in a gooey situation after a California man filed a class-action lawsuit saying the fast-food chain is misleading customers by saying its mozzarella sticks are 100 percent cheese, according to the Huffington Post.The complaint accuses McDonald's of using a starch filler, instead of what it claims in its ad, that the sticks are "100 percent real and melty ...

  2. Barbie Changes Her Size, Now Comes In New Shapes

    Barbie Changes Her Size, Now Comes In New Shapes

    Women, moms and little girls everywhere can rejoice, they no longer have to worry about looking like the perfect Barbie now that Mattel has unveiled a curvy, petite and tall versions of the doll whose thin, stylish body has attracted controversy for decades, according to the New York Times.The three body types, that more reflect real women, will also be sold in an assortment of skin ...

  3. AAA Urges Driver Caution As Major Storm Barrels Toward East Coast

    AAA Urges Driver Caution As Major Storm Barrels Toward East Coast

    As a major winter storm approaches the East Coast this weekend, AAA is urging motorists to be prepared and to remain cautious if driving. That’s because dangerous winter storms and bad weather are factors in nearly half a million crashes and more than 2,000 deaths every winter, according to research by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.In addition, a new AAA Foundation research ...

  4. Powder Horn Belonging To Alexander Hamilton Goes To Auction In New Jersey

    Powder Horn Belonging To Alexander Hamilton Goes To Auction In New Jersey

    Alexander Hamilton fans will be able to purchase part of history, when a rare, centuries-old cow powder horn he owned goes up for auction on Monday, Jan. 11, by Sterling Associates in Closter, according to NJ.com.Engraved with Hamilton's name, the year 1773, and the words "First when when (sic) came to Ohio, the horn also has some images, including a unicorn. It belongs to Warren ...

  5. Poll: Half Of U.S. Voters Embarrassed By Possibility Of Trump As President

    Poll: Half Of U.S. Voters Embarrassed By Possibility Of Trump As President

    If the thought of Donald Trump as president embarrasses you, you aren't alone.According to a recent Quinnipiac University National Poll, six weeks before the Iowa Caucuses open the 2016 presidential race in earnest, Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz lead the Republican field nationally, but 50 percent of American voters say they would be embarrassed to have Trump as president. The poll ...

  6. NJ National Guard Chief Meets Fitness Deadline

    NJ National Guard Chief Meets Fitness Deadline

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The head of New Jersey's National Guard has passed a fitness test, meeting a deadline to lose weight and get in shape by Gov. Chris Chrisite, according to NorthJersey.com.Air Force Brig. Gen. Michael Cunniff was given 90 days to slim down in September after he was reprimanded by the Pentagon about his weight and for failing to take the required physical-fitness ...

  7. Bogota Faces Detours For Train Trestle Work

    Bogota Faces Detours For Train Trestle Work

    BOGOTA, N.J. -- Commuters will be faced with more detours as additional utility work will begin next month underneath the train trestle over River Road near Elm Avenue, according to NorthJersey.com.Mayor Christopher Kelemen said at last week’s council meeting that the work will lead to road closures under the trestle and detours, added the news source.Before the new work begins, ...

  8. Federal Reserve Raises Interests Rates For First Time In Nearly A Decade

    Federal Reserve Raises Interests Rates For First Time In Nearly A Decade

    The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday it will raise short-term interest rates for the first time in almost a decade.Saying the increases will be “gradual” and in line with previous projections, the Federal Open Market Committee voted to set the new range for the federal funds rate at 0.25 percent to 0.5 percent, up from zero to 0.25 percent, said Bloomberg Business News.“The committee ...

  9. NJ Legislators Pitch Statewide Gun Buyback Law

    NJ Legislators Pitch Statewide Gun Buyback Law

    A group of New Jersey state Democratic lawmakers have proposed creating a statewide gun buyback program in an effort to reduce the number of stray guns in communities across the state.Assembly Democrats John F. McKeon, Speaker Vincent Prieto, Majority Leader Louis D. Greenwald, Charles Mainor, Mila M. Jasey and Gary S. Schaer are sponsoring the legislation.“Gun violence claims lives ...

  10. Bergen Town Center Mall Prepares For Major Makeover

    Bergen Town Center Mall Prepares For Major Makeover

    PARAMUS, N.J. -- The Outlets at Bergen Town Center is getting ready for a major makeover, reportedly to add another level to meet the demand for more space from successful outlet businesses, according to NorthJersey.com.Urban Edge Properties, the company that owns the mall, will spend as much as $130 million in a 200,000-square-foot addition, according to a recent financial filing by ...

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