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Monmouth wins in China as Collin Stewart leads three in double-figures - Asbury Park Press
Redshirt junior Collin Stewart scored a team-high 14 points to lead three players in double-figures as Monmouth University won the second game of its four-game foreign tour in China, 78-61, over the Shanghai Sharks Monday morning at Fudan University in ...
Reports: Charter near cable deal for Time Warner Cable - Asbury Park Press
Reports: Charter near cable deal for Time Warner Cable Charter Communications is nearing agreement to acquire Time Warner Cable for $195 a share in a cash and stock deal valued at approximately $55 billion, according to media reports Monday. Check out this ...
Memorial Day Parade in Freehold - Asbury Park Press
Memorial Day Parade in Freehold Freehold, NJ The Annual Memorial Day Parade marches down West Main Street in Freehold. (L) Tommy Ackermann (3) and Drew Smith (2) both of Freehold enjoy the parade. 052515 Photo: Tom Spader/staff Check out this story on app ...
Report: Broncos CB, ex-Monmouth star Brandon hospitalized after hit-and-run - Asbury Park Press
Report: Broncos CB, ex-Monmouth star Brandon hospitalized after hit-and-run Tevrin Brandon was the victim of a hit-and-run in Belmar early Sunday morning Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1HFzG6g
What's the best smartphone translator? - Asbury Park Press
I have foreign-speaking workers at my home this week. What's the best smartphone translator? Google Translate is the app to beat at the moment for real-time translation. It can translate words and phrases from more than 80 languages on the spot. You can ...
Families search for missing after deadly Texas storms - Asbury Park Press
Families search for missing after deadly Texas storms Hays County, Texas suffered extensive damage following torrential rain that destroyed more than 350 homes and displaced 1,000 residents, leaving several missing, including the family of a former Nueces ...
WWII vet going blind visits memorial for the first time - Asbury Park Press
WWII vet going blind visits memorial for the first time An 88-year-old WWII veteran never thought he'd see the National World War II Memorial but, with the generosity of a friend, Fred Plichta got his chance. Video by Romain Blanquart, Detroit Free Press.
Michael B. Jordan responds to critics of Fantastic Four casting - Asbury Park Press
Back in February 2014, Fox announced the official cast of their Fantastic Four reboot. They received quit the backlash when they chose Newark's Michael B. Jordan to play Johnny Storm a.k.a. Human Torch. It wasn't because of Jordan's acting ability; he ...
Punchlines: A GOP debate with musical chairs? - Asbury Park Press
Can you believe it? The first GOP presidential debate gearing up for the 2016 election is set for Aug 6. Yes, the late-night comics can hardly wait, too. Except they're having a little trouble keeping all the candidates straight. It seems as if a hundred ...
Brother: Teen died 'fooling around' with bulletproof vest - Asbury Park Press
Brother: Teen died 'fooling around' with bulletproof vest A 21-year-old faces a murder charge in the death of 19-year-old Miguel Henry Martinez. The victim's brother said friends of Miguel encouraged him to put the vest on and assured him he wouldn't get hurt.
On Memorial Day, the Greatest Generation reflects - Asbury Park Press
All these years later, Arthur Weisleder still can hear the voices of the boys under his command. “They would come over and ask, ‘Are we going to be alright today? Am I going to come home alive?’ ” said Weisleder, a Lakewood resident who flew 32 ...
Storylines to follow this week in the state baseball tournament - Asbury Park Press
Storylines to follow this week in the state baseball tournament High School Baseball: Key questions to answer this week in state tournament Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1HEOodN
Bomb squad detonates pressure cooker found near Capitol - Asbury Park Press
WASHINGTON — A bomb squad has safely detonated some unidentified contents from a "suspicious" vehicle left unattended near the Capitol building and that the driver has been arrested, according to a U.S. Capitol Police spokeswoman. In an email Lt.
BUCHANAN: Face reality in Iraq - Asbury Park Press
The fall of Ramadi, capital of the largest province in Iraq, after a rout of the Iraqi army by a few hundred ISIS fighters using bomb-laden trucks, represents a stunning setback for U.S. policy. When President Obama declared that we shall “degrade and ...
NAVARRETTE: The two Hillarys on immigration - Asbury Park Press
On immigration, Hillary Clinton is a work in progress — and has been since she entered politics more than a dozen years ago. Depending on which audience she is trying to please, she assumes one of two conflicting personas: Restrictionist Hillary or ...