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Judge allows Bridgegate mastermind to walk free

Two years after pleading guilty, the key figure in the case of political retribution is sentenced by a federal judge in Newark.

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N.J. has best 3 120-pounders in U.S. and 21 other ranked wrestlers

It's the first national rankings of the year.

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Yeshiva sued over huge fire at allegedly illegal dorm

The suit claims Yeshiva Gedola was to blame for a fire that burned down a home where 27 students lived.

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Should Bridgegate mastermind Wildstein get prison time?

Vote in our informal, unscientific poll and tell us how you voted in the comments.

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Bridgegate mastermind 'did a bad thing' but friends argue for leniency on sentence

Family members, political allies, media figures and two former major league baseball players wrote to the judge urging that David Wildstein not go to prison.

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Emin Agalarov's N.J. connection: Pop star at center of Trump email chain

Donald Trump and Miss Universe contestants appeared in Emin's 2013 music video

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Wildstein says he talked to the feds about more than just Bridgegate

The government's key witness in the scandal said he had a lot more to say to prosecutors than just Bridgegate.

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11-year-old boy dies suddenly while away at summer camp, police say

The cause of his death remains unknown at this time.

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Squatter guilty in hammer murder of fellow homeless man

Carl Jones faces a minimum of 30 years and up to life in state prison.

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Feds say Bridgegate mastermind should not get prison time

David Wildstein is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday. Federal prosecutors say their star witness in the Bridgegate scandal should serve no time in prison.

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