The Newark mayor will be the favorite when he faces off against Republican Steve Lonegan in October.
With his appointment to fill Frank Lautenberg's seat temporarily, Chiesa will have one of the shortest Senate terms in history.
President Obama's nominee for secretary of defense had been held up by GOP senators with outstanding questions.
The Court decided Friday that it will rule on two crucial cases related to equal marriage rights.
But, somehow, the tape delay for the Olympics is also 6+-times longer
Wealth manager Katherine Lintz wants to turn summer camp into something more practical and fun. You know, like a commodities-trading seminar!
A review of SEC documents finds that he remained "sole stockholder, chairman of the board, chief executive officer, and president" until 2002.
Online activists have created a set of five very broad principles about digital rights.
While watching the Google keynote today, the Nexus 7 tablet demonstration reminded us why some women find Silicon Valley alienating.
The move comes as Congress was preparing to vote on whether to hold the attorney general in contempt.
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Dewey & LeBoeuf, a law firm that employed thousands, filed for bankruptcy on Monday night
Facebook has fallen 10% in Monday trading so far
The $10 million push, which has not yet been approved, would also describe the president as a "metrosexual, black Abe Lincoln."
The consensus seems to be that we're way passed the world of "If."
Bing's new social functions match up well against Google's recent changes.
In a Google-funded report, Eugene Volokh argues that search results are protected by the Constitution.