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VIDEO: The Problems Children Experience from Living in Fatherless Homes

"Six men have fathered 87 children with 50 different women. Children who come from fatherless homes are five times more likely to commit suicide, 32 times more likely to run away, 20 more times to have a behavioral problem, 14 more times to commit rape, 10 more times more likely to abuse drugs," said TV talk show hostesses Iyania. TV talk show hostesses Iyania did a show on the number of children who have no father living with them. On the heels of her controversial multipart mega-fix, Iyanla sits down with Jay, who has fathered 34 children with 17 different women, in-studio for a no-holds-barred discussion. Iyanla has also invited onto the show five other men who are in similar situations. "No heat, no judgment," Iyanla says. Tune in Saturdays at 9/8c. For more on #FIXMYLIFE, visit submitted by Bonnie Read more →

Philly Events:Philadelphia Theatre Co. Presents The Tattooed Lady from October 29 to November 20

Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia Theatre Company is excited to bring the theatre season alive with a world premiere rock musical about the radical history of the tattooed ladies. The Tattooed Lady is a new musical by Obie Award-winning playwright Erin Courtney (Map of Virtue), Lortel-winner Max Vernon (KPOP on Broadway, The View Upstairs), developed and directed by Drama League-winner Ellie Heyman (Space Dogs) and choreographed by Mayte Natalio (How to Dance in Ohio). Emmy-nominee and Obie Award-winner Jackie Hoffman (Hairspray, Feud, and Only Murders in the Building) stars as the fictional sideshow luminary Ida Gibson. The Tattooed Lady runs October 29 to November 20, 2022, with opening night set to coincide with the Philadelphia Theatre Company Gala on Friday, November 4th at 8:00pm. During the show run, look for special events, the Ink Industry Night, tattoo-themed art experiences, talk-backs with local experts, themed cocktails and much more. All shows are... Read more →

Radio Host Paul Harvey's Poignant Commentary About Today's News Media (video)

William E. Cleary Sr.| (CNBNewsnet) (October 3, 2022)--We were longtime fans of the late Paul Harvey, the legendary radio broadcaster. His voice was captivating, and his commentary was always spot on. Many of his recorded comments can still be found on the internet today and on CNBNews. Paul Harvey epitomizes what journalism was like before the era of social media and the 24-hour news cycle came along. The video below was made on March 8, 2003, at the R&R Talk Radio organization' annual seminar. Harvey was 84 years old at the time. During his acceptance speech, there are several moments when he becomes emotional as he reflects on his distinguished career. Paul Harvey Aurandt (September 4, 1918 – February 28, 2009) was an American radio broadcaster for ABC News Radio. He broadcast News and comments on mornings and mid-days on weekdays and at noon on Saturdays and his famous The... Read more →

Actor Gary Busey Charged by Cherry Hill Police Department

CHERRY HILL, NJ AUGUST 21, 2022 (CNBNewsnet)--The Cherry Hill Police Department charged movie actor Gary Busey (image), 78, of Malibu, California, on two charges of sexual contact and a disorderly persons offense. Busey was in attendance at the Monster Mania Convention, held at the Doubletree Hotel in Cherry Hill, when the alleged crimes supposedly happened. The dates of the weekend convention was August 12 through August 14. According to Fox29philly three women so far reported 78 year old actor Gary Busey touched them inappropriately during an autograph signing meet & greet. Read more →

Flash Mob Loots 7-11 in Los Angeles (Video)

Los Angeles: (August 18, 2022)(CNBNewsnet--)Detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department’s South Traffic and Southeast Divisions are investigating a street takeover that led to a ‘flash mob’ of looters. On August 15, 2022, around 12:40 a.m., a street takeover initiated at the intersection of Figueroa Street and El Segundo Boulevard. Motorists flooded the intersection and blocked traffic with their vehicles from all directions to create a “pit” in the middle of the intersection. During the incident, spectators exited their vehicles and watched as motorists recklessly drove in a maneuver known as ‘doing donuts.’ The maneuver involves purposely losing tire traction while driving in a circular motion and continuing to accelerate. This results in a series of skid marks left on the pavement. The spectators then formed a ‘flash mob’ of looters and rushed a nearby 7-Eleven located at the northwest corner of Figueroa Street and El Segundo Boulevard. Video surveillance... Read more →

Rebecca Chiafullo of Jackson NJ Selected for Television Academy Internship

UPDATED/CORRECTED Rebecca Chiafullo of Jackson, New Jersey, has been selected for the prestigious Television Academy Foundation Internship program. Chiafullo is one of just 40 students chosen by Television Academy members from across the country for the 2022 Summer Program. The Foundation’s annual Internship Program provides eight-week paid internships at top Hollywood studios and production companies to college students nationwide. Chiafullo attended Jackson Liberty High School and will be a senior this fall at Hofstra University where she is majoring in film and television. Chiafullo will be an editing intern this summer at Geiger Post, a post-production facility in Hollywood, California. “It feels surreal to be chosen for this internship by Television Academy members where I can experience a professional internship,” Chiafullo said. “I am so thankful and honored to be selected for this opportunity where I hope to network with equally as enthusiastic students as well as learn skills from... Read more →

Snowy Forecast for South Philadelphia on July 16

GILSON SUMMER SNOW DAY FESTIVAL HEADS TO XFINITY LIVE WITH REAL SUMMER SNOW, SNOWBOARDING COMPETITIONS, LIVE MUSIC, KIDS ZONE AND MORE * Pennsylvania-based Gilson Snow raises money for two important charities at this one-day pop-up festival that is the largest of its kind on the East Coast Philadelphia, PA - Let the snow fly in South Philly! For the first time ever, Gilson Snow will bring their annual summer outdoor festival and rail jam to Philadelphia. Gilson Summer Snow Day will pop-up at Xfinity Live! on Saturday, July 16th with real snow, snowboarding competitions, ice carving, ski artist showcase, apres-ski lodge, live music, 50+ drink samples, games and the Knoebels Kids Zone with rock climbing, bounce house and more. The event starts at 1pm for VIP ticket holders and 2pm for general admission. A portion of proceeds from this unique event will help support two non-profits, Carve for Cancer and... Read more →

55goal: Best Site to Get Premier League Live Scores

We've found the best way for you to know the instant live scores of your favorite premier league soccer matches while you can still day to day activities. 55goal soccer website provides the goal by goal commentary, scorecard updates, match news of the premier soccer leagues, and FIFA world cup match. You don't have to spend your hard-earned money to access the soccer site because it is totally free of cost. Join the other millions of soccer fans worldwide in this online live scoreboard platform. You can also check the status of upcoming matches; 55goal covers all countries, leagues, and competitions in unbeatable details free of cost. You might be engaged in your office work and can't watch the live matches, but you can see the Premier League live scores on this website and be updated to the second. 55goal also allows you to check the previous scores and results... Read more →

Philadelphia Eagles Release 2022 Schedule

2022 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule Preseason Week 1: Friday, August 12 vs. New York Jets at 7:30 PM Week 2: Sunday, August 21 at Cleveland Browns at 1 PM Week 3: Saturday, August 27 at Miami Dolphins at 7 PM *All preseason games will air on both NBC10 and SportsRadio 94WIP. Regular Season Week 1: Sunday, September 11 at Detroit Lions at 1 PM Week 2: Monday, September 19 vs. Minnesota Vikings at 8:30 PM Week 3: Sunday, September 25 at Washington Commanders at 1 PM Week 4: Sunday, October 2 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars at 1 PM Week 5: Sunday, October 9 at Arizona Cardinals at 4:25 PM Week 6: Sunday, October 16 vs. Dallas Cowboys at 8:20 PM Week 7: Bye Week Week 8: Sunday, October 30 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers at 1 PM Week 9: Thursday, November 3 at Houston Texans at 8:15 PM Week 10: Monday, November 14 vs.... Read more →


What is Happening with Disney?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor Is there ever a story behind the story when it comes to Disney it all started in 1967. The story also includes other major theme parks in the Orlando, FL area. In 1967 when Disney was buying thousands of acres of land in the Orlando area they made an "agreement" with the state of Florida that they could manage themselves. "Manage" included zoning, planning, utilities, as well as governing themselves. If Disney wanted to build a nuclear power plant in the middle of the Magic Kingdom, they could do it and no one could do anything about it. Again, this is not based on any law; it is based on an agreement. As time went on, the other theme parks got the same agreement. Moving ahead to this week. The state of Florida passed a law to protect children in preschool to grade 3. The... Read more →


Brian Braise, one of the organizers of the convoy addresses reporters after arriving in Hagerstown, Maryland, approximately 75 miles from Washington D.C. earlier today. (image courtesy of The Daily Mail) HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND (MARCH 5, 2022)(CNBNEWSNET)According to The Daily Mail the now estimated 30-mile-long People's Convoy is set to reach Washington D.C. Sunday morning in a call for 'freedom' and the removal of 'unconstitutional' COVID-19 mandates. The convoy arrived at Hagerstown, Maryland - the final stop before one last stretch to the nation's capital which is now around 75 miles away or about a 90-minute drive - on Friday night and held a rally attended by at least 1,000 vehicles. The group confirmed to it will be spending all of Saturday rallying at the Hagerstown Speedway before journeying on to D.C. reported the Daily Mail. The group's specific plans for D.C. remain under wraps. Some convoyers, while live-streaming their cross-country... Read more →

VISIT PHILADELPHIA: Harry Potter: The Exhibition

The all-new exhibition is now open at The Franklin Institute through September 2022... Exhibition Highlights 1. Earn Points for Your House The first stop before entering the exhibition is King’s Cross Station. Swing by to pick up a magic wristband (the key to unlocking most of the interactive displays inside) and choose a favorite Hogwarts house, wand and Patronus on a touch-screen kiosk. Scan the wristband wherever a “Golden Snitch” appears throughout the exhibition to unlock fun experiences, and you’ll rack up points for your chosen house in the process. Keep track of your points, and try to outscore your friends. 10 points for Gryffindor! — Photo by Visit Philadelphia 2. Master Potions Class The exhibition features areas for different Hogwarts classes: Divination, Defense Against the Dark Arts, Herbology and — insert a Snape-like dramatic pause — Potions. Locate the correct ingredients for each potion on a touch screen (hint:... Read more →

FACE OF DEFENSE : Singer, songwriter, actor Harry Belafonte

Singer, songwriter, actor and social activist Harry Belafonte was in the Navy during World War II, dropping out of high school in New York City to enlist and contribute to the war effort from 1944 to 1945. At the time, the military services were segregated. Belafonte, a Jamaican American, was assigned to Port Chicago, California, 35 miles from San Francisco. During World War II, Black service members were not normally assigned to frontline fighting units. Rather, they were assigned mostly to supporting specialties. His job was to load military ships bound for the Pacific theater. Just before Belafonte arrived in Port Chicago, California, a massive explosion took place, involving military ships loaded with ammunition. About 320 people were killed — two-thirds of them Black sailors. "It was the worst homefront disaster of World War II, but almost no one knows about it or what followed," he said. Spotlight: Commemorating World... Read more →

PA Continues to Move US Sports Betting Forward

In something of a frustrating case of déjà vu, many of the biggest sporting events around the world are once again facing the risk of postponements and cancellations because of rising numbers once again – despite this many online sportsbooks are thriving with ever growing numbers as players look to the likes of this Ladbrokes review for events still going ahead. With all of the excitement from an uptake in the biggest sports, however, also comes the excitement for new services being launched across the US with changing legislation, and Pennsylvania continues to be a leader within the US for introducing new options. (Image from The state was amongst the first to push changes forward following legislation changes in October 2017 which brought sports betting to offline locations including casinos, racetracks, and other brick and mortar places too, but mobile betting would start to emerge a few years later... Read more →

ALLISON INTERVIEWS: Cindy Williams Talks Penny Marshall, Laverne & Shirley Set, Sally Field

The TV legend opens up to ALLISON INTERVIEWS podcast host, Allison Kugel, about Penny Marshall, Laverne & Shirley on-set secrets, her childhood with an alcoholic father, high school days with classmate Sally Field, dealing with the death of her former castmates, and more. NEWS SOURCE: ALLISON INTERVIEWS PODCAST Cindy Williams starred as Shirley Feeney for eight seasons on the smash hit ABC sitcom Laverne & Shirley, from 1976 to 1983, which she will now be chronicling with insight and humor in her upcoming one woman show, Me, Myself & Shirley, during a limited U.S. tour across nineteen cities beginning in January 2022. The following are excerpts from internationally syndicated columnist Allison Kugel’s latest podcast episode, featuring Cindy Williams. The interview is available for re-publication in its entirety, or in select quotable excerpts. On Bruce Springsteen being a Laverne & Shirley fan: "We had a lot of closet viewers (laughs). People... Read more →

Frank Sinatra Statue Unveiled in Hoboken

Frank Sinatra statue Displayed on 106th birthday of famous Hobokenite Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla unveiled the City’s first statue of legendary icon Frank Sinatra commemorating what would have been the Hoboken native’s 106th birthday. CAPTION: The City of Hoboken unveiled a bronze statue for Frank Sinatra by artist Carolyn D. Palmer on what would have been his 106th birthday. (From left to right: Joe Piscopo, Tina Sinatra, Carolyn D. Palmer, and Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla.) “It is truly a great honor to unveil this ode to Hoboken’s own Frank Sinatra,” said Mayor Bhalla. “This will not only memorialize him, but also the impact he has had on the City of Hoboken, its residents, and American society. When visitors come to take photos or tip their hats, I hope this statue inspires them to follow their passion and to work hard until they turn their dreams into reality, just like he... Read more →

A Look At Christmas 1966 in S.Jersey & Philly

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews The short video below is from 1966, it is Christmas time in South Jersey, and the Philadelphia region. Mel Torme, a well-known singer at that time is doing a promo for WCAU radio and television station. The video showcases a parade float advertising WIBBAGE 99 radio station, images of Gimbels, Horn, and Hardarts, kids sledding on American Flyer sleds plus more. Such fond memories of an easier time in life, without the internet, email, cell phones, 24-hour news, riots, smash and grab, Etc. Yes, there was turmoil in the world, the Vietnam War, and the East Berlin Wall come to mind but it wasn't jammed down our throats every day and night like the news is today. Lastly, friends and families could have political differences but they didn't stop talking to each other. The first verse of the 1965 Beatles song Yesterday said it... Read more → $700 million sponsorship deal with Lakers

ANALYST COMMENT For immediate release: November 17, 2021 is a ‘coming of age’ for the sector, says GlobalData Following today’s news (Wednesday, November 17) that has taken on the title sponsorship of the iconic Staples Center in Los Angeles; Conrad Wiacek, Head of Sport Analysis at GloblaData, a leading data and analytics company, offers his view: “The rate and size of cryptocurrency partnerships in the sport sector is simply impressive. Crypto firms are taking on significant partnerships with iconic properties for vast fees, and’s $700 million deal to become title sponsor for one of the most iconic arenas in US sports, as well as partnerships with the LA Lakers and LA Kings, just reinforces that crypto and blockchain companies will be the most significant growth area for sports sponsorships over the next decade. “ now joins FTX as a title sponsor in the NBA - to add to... Read more →


Through to November 13, will be bringing audiences something no other media outlet is offering: wholly independent content from inside the Glasgow conference centre, from the streets and action hubs around the city, and reaction and contributions from around the world. For twelve hours every day a global team of presenters will be ducking past the soundbites and the grandstanding, sharing real lived experience, interviewing diverse and underrepresented voices, asking the tough questions and confronting complex issues. is the only 12 hour daily live-streamed news and information channel that offers coverage from both inside and outside the climate conference in Glasgow. It platforms real people and real stories, amplifying the voices which are too often excluded from mainstream media narratives. is led by presenters including Guardian environmental columnist George Monbiot (presenting the show ‘Monbiosis’ every day at 19.30 GMT), journalists Anuradha Vittachi and Nicolás Eliades (The Ecologist)... Read more →


In a record-shattering September, New Jersey also sets highs for online casino and overall gross gaming revenue, according to PlayNJ (ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.) — New Jersey became the first U.S. state to generate more than $1 billion in sports betting in a single month by taking in $1.01 billion in wagers in September. The new high for sports betting came as New Jersey also set a new high for online casino revenue, helping to push New Jersey to the total gaming revenue record ($453.6 million), according to PlayNJ, which tracks gaming developments in the state. “The state’s gaming industry has seemingly run out of ways to surprise, but sportsbooks reaching $1 billion in monthly handle is a reminder that there is no gaming market in the U.S. that is playing on New Jersey’s level,” said Eric Ramsey, an analyst for the Network, which includes “The relentless growth in... Read more →

VIDEO...SATURDAY NIGHT: Red carpet is ready to welcome some of New Jersey’s best and brightest!

Danny DeVito is set to host the 13th annual New Jersey Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, with special appearances by President George W. Bush, Governor Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Snyder-Murphy, Chelsea Handler, Patti LaBelle, Quincy Jones, Keith Richards, Robin Roberts, Judith Light, Al Leiter, Nona Hendryx, and many more guest surprises! The one-hour ceremony will premiere at 7 pm Saturday, October 16 on My9NJ and on the Hall of Fame’s YouTube channel and Facebook page, with re-airings on Sunday, October 17, Saturday, October 23, and Sunday, October 24. It will also air on NJ PBS at 8 pm on October 20, as well as on October 22 and October 23. This year’s class showcases the depth and variety of talent of the Garden State, ranging from founding father Alexander Hamilton to Baseball Hall of Famer Monte Irvin. Other inductees include singer Mary Chapin Carpenter, dynamic businesswoman Louise Scott,... Read more →

Evolution of Online Slots

Most people associate online casinos with slot games, and for a good reason. Namely, slots are the most popular online casino game and the most widespread one. It would be difficult to find an online casino that doesn’t feature dozens, or even hundreds, of online slots in its portfolio. But how did online slots come to be? We all know the story of the one-arm bandit, but what about the first online slot? Let’s dive deeper into the history of online slots and how they evolved to what we know today. Early History of Online Slots Sources say that the first online casino software was developed in 1996 by a little-known South African company, Microgaming. The same company then released the first-ever online casino, consequently paving the way for the online gambling industry we know and love today. Other companies wanted to claim the title of the groundbreaker in the... Read more →

Legless Athlete Dave Stevens to be Honored with Inspirational Achievement Award

from Runway of Dreams at NYC Fashion Week Event Being born without legs didn’t stop Stevens, a motivational speaker, from trying out for the Dallas Cowboys and playing professional baseball HARTFORD, CT (August 25, 2021) – Dave Stevens, the first person born without legs to play both college football and professional baseball announced today he will be honored with the Inspirational Achievement Award from Runway of Dreams, a nonprofit organization working towards a future of inclusion, acceptance, and opportunity in the fashion industry. Stevens will receive his award on Thursday, September 9 as a part of Fashion Week in New York City. Stevens, born in 1966 without legs, overcame his physical disabilities in amazing and incredible ways during an era when there were very few accommodations or programs for disabled students. Stevens made headlines in 1990 when he tried out for the Dallas Cowboys at the old Texas Stadium. He... Read more →

Netflix Has Hired Video Game Executive from Facebook

Without a doubt, implementing new technologies and techniques is as important for any digital platform as complying with standards and requirements in a particular industry niche. But what should a company do to gain more strength and achieve popularity in other markets? Let’s figure it out on a sample of Netflix. This name has already turned out to be a household world for the majority of people around the globe. The main peculiarity of the platform is providing access to famous (and not so) movies and TV shows anywhere and anytime. You don’t even need to have a good internet connection — this solution allows downloading favorite pieces of cinema and enjoying watching them whenever desired. All you are required to do is to become a platform’s subscriber. So how has Netflix decided to act in the future not to lose its fans? Are there any connections between this giant... Read more →

Two More Olympic-bound Players to Join North America’s News Pro League

Alev Kelter and Kevon Williams join eight other Olympians to sign with PR7s (NEW YORK, July 8, 2021) Premier Rugby Sevens (PR7s), the new sports league that will debut this fall, today announced it has signed Olympians Alev Kelter and Kevon Williams, according to the league’s General Manager Mike Tolkin. Kelter joins fellow Team USA female teammates Abby Gustaitis, Ilona Maher, and Naya Tapper to sign with the new league. On the men’s side, Williams joins Team USA teammates Perry Baker, Danny Barrett, Carlin Isles, and Stephen Tomasin. Today’s announcement brings the total number of players to sign with PR7s to 10 – all Olympians. “Alev and Kevon are two tremendous additions to Premier Rugby Sevens,” said Tolkin. “In addition to being the foundation of our world-class talent, our first 10 players to sign with PR7s will also act as ambassadors of the league. Every one of them brings an... Read more →

VIDEO: A Cloud Avalanche near the Kapuche Glacier Lake in the mountains of Nepal

NEPAL MOUNTAINS--Recently, a "cloud avalanche" occurred near the Kapuche Glacier Lake in the mountains of Nepal. That scene is really rare, it's lucky enough to see it once in a lifetime. At that time, a group of travel companions were camping by the lake, and they took the risk of taking pictures of this rare visual feast. The white snow clouds rushed down the valley, unstoppable, instantly swallowing the mountains and hitting the lake surface. Against the backdrop of the blue sky and the yellow-brown mountains, they were more distinct, magnificent and shocking. The strong air flow overturned the tents and sleeping bags, frightening the travellers to evade in panic, but fortunately no casualties were reported. After that, a small rainbow appeared by the lake, which was extremely beautiful, and the fellow travellers all cheered and marveled. Call it "perfect cloud collapse" source Aryavrat Ayurveda Read more →

A Sunrise Trek on Everest, Live-Streamed

[Photo Caption (left): iFit Guide Ang Tshering Lama and two members of the iFit production crew at Mt. Everest Base Camp.] (photo provided) iFit, the leader in interactive connected fitness, will host "A Sunrise Trek on Everest," a first-of-its-kind, live-streamed workout from Mt. Everest on Monday, March 22, 2021 at 8 p.m., EST. The approximately 30-minute virtual hike—available via the iFit app as well as iFit-connected treadmills and ellipticals—will lead viewers up Kala Patthar, an iconic trail at 18,300 feet with breathtaking views of Everest’s summit
. [Photo Caption (left): iFit Guide Ang Tshering Lama and two members of the iFit production crew at Mt. Everest Base Camp.] “A Sunrise Trek on Everest” will be available to iFit members and non-members alike: • For iFit’s 4.7 million members, to stream the Live workout, tap the “On Air'' icon on the iFit user interface of the iFit-enabled equipment or the iFit app.... Read more →

Sen. Cruz: US Military ‘Launches Political Attacks’ Against Fox Host...The Epoch Times

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said he requested a meeting with the head of the U.S. Marine Corps after one of its units tweeted statements insulting Tucker Carlson, along with unusually bellicose comments about the Fox Newshost. “Under Biden, the military is launching political attacks to intimidate Tucker Carlson & other civilians who criticize their policy decisions,” Cruz wrote on Twitter, saying he requested a meeting with the commandant of the Marines. “Officials in uniform are being used for the campaign. I’ve demanded a meeting with the Commandant of the USMC to put a stop to it.” Over the weekend, a U.S. Marine Corps unit’s Twitter account—the II Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group—stated it “messed up” in its comments when responding to Carlson after the Fox host said the military should be focused more on adversaries like China rather than social issues. “We are human and we messed up. What was... Read more →

VIDEO: Rush Limbaugh's Final Show of 2020

"I wasn't expected to be alive today," he said. "I wasn't expected to make it to October, and then to November, and then to December. And yet, here I am, and today, got some problems, but I'm feeling pretty good today." ~ Rush Limbaugh (December 20, 2020)--Rush Limbaugh opens his final show of 2020 by reflecting on what's important. Trust El Rushbo when he says it will never be time to give up on yourself. Read more →

Veterans at South Jersey Industries to be featured with Montel Williams on Lifetime TV

FOLSOM, NJ, January 26, 2021 – SJI (NYSE: SJI) is proud to announce that two highly valued veterans on our team have been selected to appear in “Military Makeover: Operation Career” on Lifetime TV with host Montel Williams. The show features the career journey that veterans take to transition from being in the military service to a career in civilian life. WHAT: Two employees from South Jersey Industries will be featured on “Military Makeover: Operation Career” airing on Lifetime TV with host Montel Williams. WHEN: The shows will air on Lifetime TV at 7:30 a.m. on January 29 and February 4, and then appear online at WHO: South Jersey Gas Administrative Services Manager Cristina Fernandez and SJI Senior Government Affairs Specialist Rich DeRose. Both served in the Army National Guard. About Cristina Fernandez South Jersey Gas (SJG) Administrative Services Manager Cristina Fernandez served in the Army National Guard as... Read more →

KAISER HEALTH NETWORK: Police Often Break Own Rules Using ‘Rubber Bullets’

Fractured Skulls, Lost Eyes: By Liz Szabo and Jay Hancock and Kevin McCoy, USA TODAY and Donovan Slack, USA TODAY and Dennis Wagner, USA TODAY Megan Matthews thought she was dying. “I thought my head was blown off,” said Matthews, 22, who was hit in the eye with a sponge-tipped projectile fired by law enforcement at a May 29 protest in Denver. “Everything was dark. I couldn’t see.” Matthews, a soft-spoken art major who lives with her mother, had gone to the demonstration against police brutality carrying bandages, water bottles and milk so she could provide first aid to protesters. “I couldn’t really grasp how bad my injury was,” said Matthews, who sustained injuries including a broken nose, fractured facial bones and multiple lacerations on her face. “So much blood was pouring out. I was wearing a mask, and the whole mask was filling up with blood. I was trying... Read more →


Santa Helpers were seen earlier this week on Thompson Avenue GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 24, 2020)(CNBNews)--Hey, Kids You better watch out You better not cry You better not pout I'm telling you why A Santa Helper walking on Barnard Avenue, yesterday... , Santa Clause is coming to town... He's making a list, He's checking it twice, He's gonna find out who's naughty or nice Santa Claus is coming to town And, as the photos show Santa's Helpers have already been walking throughout Gloucester City and neighboring towns. Below is a video that everyone, including mom and dad, should enjoy about the night before Christmas. It is an Oldie but Goodie that appeared for the first time in 1950. The film, which was copied by YouTube blogger ilovecomputers123 is narrated by Alexander Scourby, and performed by the Mabel Beaton Marionettes. Copyright 1966 American Telephone & Telegraph Company. However, the movie itself... Read more →

Postal Tips to Keep People, Pets, Packages Safe

NAPSI)—It’s near the time to celebrate the holidays with family and friends. The United States Postal Service has long been known as a Santa’s helper, and we take this role seriously. Here are some tips to help keep people, pets and packages safe. People: Last year, 18,684 Postal Service employees experienced a slip, trip or fall. Carriers are encouraged by the Postal Service to wear proper footwear, avoid areas of patchy snow or ice, avoid wet leaves and mud or cracked or uneven surfaces. Postal customers also have safety responsibilities. Last year, 6,000 Postal Service employees and 4.5 million Americans were attacked by dogs. Here’s what you can do to help: • If a carrier delivers mail to your door, keep the family dog secured. • Children and other family members should not take mail directly from carriers in the presence of the family dog, who may perceive the carrier... Read more →

THE EPOCH TIMES, Truthful Journalism: What's Happening to America's News?

Six corporations control 90% of America’s news outlets. Take a look at one of the only news sources investigating and reporting the truth without pushing any hidden agendas. Support Truthful Journalism Your subscription will not only provide accurate news and engaging features, but will also contribute to the revival of American journalism and help safeguard our freedoms and democracy for future generations. As our operating revenue comes under great pressure, your support can help us carry on the important work we do. If you can, support The Epoch Times by trying it for just $1 – it only takes a minute. Thank you for your support! View Offer ...You can cancel anytime RECOMMENDED BY CNBNews Related Great Newspaper, The Epoch Times IT AIN'T OVER TILL IT'S OVER CNBNews Oct./Nov. 2020 Cheers and Jeers Read more →

2020 MLB Is Packed With Latin American Talent but Who Were Pioneers

( 28, 2020)--The 2020 Major League Baseball regular season and ongoing playoffs are packed with overseas talent. But let’s be more precise. Actually, players from the Latin American nations dominate international players in the league. And it isn’t a novelty. For example, in 2019, MLB registered 485 Latin American players in Spring Training. This season, of 300 players named on opening day rosters, 108 or 36% were from abroad. Yes, North America, South America, Asia, and Europe are all represented. However, it’s the Latin American nations that stand out. The country with most players, not counting US citizens, currently in MLB is the Dominican Republic, with 35, which makes 11.6% of opening day lineups. In a close second is Venezuela, with 31 players or 10.3%. Puerto Rico and Cuba have double figures as well, 12 (4%) and 11 (3.7%) respectively. As for other countries located in the Latin American region,... Read more →

Guest Opinion: What Should Happen to Jeffrey Tobin

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Jeffrey Toobin’s fate: CNN and the New Yorker need to let Jeffrey Toobin go. They should not have perverts on their payroll. Jeffrey Tobin Both of these media outlets have been highly critical of sexual offenses committed by priests—this is especially true of CNN—so they should now invoke the “zero tolerance” stance adopted by the Catholic Church. If a priest had done what Toobin has done, he would be removed. It is time CNN and the New Yorker were held to the same standard. Toobin should be terminated. The initial news stories on Toobin, the long-time legal analyst for CNN and writer for the New Yorker, said he was caught showing his penis to participants on a Zoom call; the employees were from the magazine and WNYC. The latest news stories report that he was engaged in more... Read more →

Video: NJ Hall of Fame Ceremony Sunday 7PM

Class of 2017 Inductee Steven Van Zandt Shares stories of Eddie Van Halen on CNN's Weekend Express with Susan Hendricks: Join us tomorrow at 7pm for our 12th Annual Induction Ceremony! Featuring appearances by: Jason Alexander, Ed Harris, Dionne Warwick, Cissy Houston, John Amos, Gaten Matarazzo, Eli Manning, Tommy James, Wyclef Jean, Annette Bening, Governor Phil Murphy, First Lady Tammy Murphy, and more! Held virtually on: WWOR/MY9, NJTV,,, and We're thankful for the inspirational leadership of these Sponsors and Poster Campaign Partners in helping to tell the story of New Jersey's Greatness. SPONSORS Acrisure • American Heroes Smokehouse • Bank of America • The Chambers Family • Carpenter Contractor Trust • The Creamer Family • Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters • Edison Innovation Foundation • Genova Burns • Hackensack Meridian Health • The Hampshire Companies • Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey •... Read more →

Saved Dogs and Their Grateful Families, Airs Weekly on Saturdays

From the Creator & Star of CHEATERS, Tommy Habeeb, “To The Rescue”: TV producer Tommy Habeeb and one of the dogs needing a “fur-ever” home featured on his new show (NAPSI)—The heartwarming stories of abandoned dogs and the grateful families who save them are documented in the half-hour weekly syndicated docu-series “To The Rescue.” Airing nationwide, the series is hosted by veteran TV producer-personality Tommy Habeeb (“Cheaters,” “STAG”). “Thousands of dogs are put down every year due to a lack of resources. ‘To The Rescue’ highlights the great work of people working every day to find these dogs a forever home,” says Habeeb. Every show will revolve around one or more former pets, now awaiting their fate at animal shelters, as they make their journey of hope. These formerly “unadoptable” canines of all breeds must fight to regain their physical and mental health. With the help of their human guides,... Read more →

Laura Nirider and Steve Drizin Take Us Back into the Interrogation Room

‘Wrongful Conviction: False Confessions’ Season 2 ‘Making a Murderer' Lawyers Invite Listeners onto the Front Lines in the Fight Against Wrongful Convictions Laura Nirider and Steve Drizin Take Us Back into the Interrogation Room for ‘Wrongful Conviction: False Confessions’ Season 2 Imagine spending years behind bars — or even facing the death penalty — for a crime you didn’t commit. Now go one step further and imagine that the evidence that put you there is your own words. False confessions are more common than most might imagine. Whether through psychological persuasion, prolonged isolation, or even outright lying, threats or promises, coercive interrogation techniques have played a decisive role in sending innocent people — including minors and intellectually-impaired persons — to prison. Today, Season Two of the podcast Wrongful Conviction: False Confessionslaunches, examining this true crime phenomenon through the eyes of two of the globe’s leading experts on interrogations. Hosts Laura... Read more →

Union II Ends 2020 Campaign Against Riverhounds

October 2, 20209:30AM EDT As Philadelphia Union II heads to the other side of the state for a Keystone State battle against the Pittsburgh Riverhounds on Saturday night, the club looks to put on the field a performance that shows all the players’ growth from what has been an irregular 2020 USL Championship campaign. Union II enters the match coming off a heartbreaking 3-2 defeat to playoff bound Hartford Athletic on Wednesday night. Union II rallied back from a 2-0 first-half deficit in their final match at Subaru Park but a 90th minute flick from the visitors made the headlines and gave all three points to the CT side. While Interim Head Coach Marlon LeBlanc said he was so proud of his team’s fight to get back into the contest and be in a position to win the match, there is still much improvement to be made in the opening... Read more →

The Best 30 Halloween Stories of the Decade

By Dorothy York, President and CEO of North American Precis Syndicate (NAPS) Families are preparing to enjoy Halloween in news ways, to keep kids healthy and safe, in response the COVID-19 pandemic. Journalists are eager to receive stories with helpful advice to protect the public and make life more fun, in the new normal. To help our clients find formats that are getting the best results, North American Precis Syndicate ranks the top feature news stories of the year by the highest number of placements in media outlets nationwide. We have compiled the results to show the top feature news stories of the decade, those that have performed brilliantly, way above and beyond what is typically expected. The most successful stories included attractive color photos or infographics, helpful advice from experts, celebrity spokespeople, the latest statistics, results from surveys, trends, time-saving tips, money saving ideas and other helpful information. The... Read more →

Gambling in Thailand

SEPTEMBER 24, 2020)--Are you a citizen of Thailand who is unable to gamble because of the pandemic? Say goodbye to your worries. Gambling in Thailand is governed by a set of rules and restrictions set by its government. As per the legislation in the country, Horse racing and the Thai Lottery are the only two forms of gambling allowed under Thailand Law. Online gambling websites that are legally licensed in other countries do not face pressure from Thailand officials. Keep reading to find out how you can calm your urge to gamble while sitting at home in Thailand. Thailand is home to many gamblers. It makes the online casino industry very competitive in the country. This list will help you find the best possible online casinos to try your luck on. Gclub Gclub is one of the top trending online casinos in Thailand. It allows users to have the best... Read more →

What Makes A Headphone Audiophile Quality

Headphones have become just as advanced as the smartphones and tablets they are attached to. Whether you’re an avid music listener, a gamer or you’re just someone who loves a good pair of headphones with excellent sound quality you should check out the the budget audiophile headphone list at Audio Direct. Just because you’re buying headphones doesn’t mean you have to invest in any old pair of headphones that will get the job done. After all, you can have a high-quality product that transforms your listening experience. What should you look for in good quality headphones? Better yet, what makes a pair of headphones audiophile approved? Fit and Comfort Matters A great pair of headphones isn’t just about all the technical stuff but comfort and fit are two factors that are just as important. Do the headphones fit comfortably around your head and ears? Or are they clamped tight around... Read more →

Online Casino Vs the Classic: What’s a Better Option

( 30,2020)--Ardent players love land-based casinos because of the excitement and amazing atmosphere that they provide. Thanks to the rapid advancement of technology, online casinos have grown tremendously over the past few years. Sine more and more land-based casinos are being shut down, online casinos are thriving at the moment. Online casinos offer lots of advantages that players can’t ignore. If you’ve been wondering which type of casino you should use to access your favorite games, keep reading! Pros of online casinos Privacy Online casinos offer players privacy while playing their favorite games. No one can distract or stop you from playing and having a good time. Unlike land-based casinos which tend to be full of people and flashlights, online casinos offer maximum privacy for you to enjoy private sessions without interruptions. Game selection Most players can’t cope with the number of games available at and other online casinos.... Read more →

VIDEOS: Heavily Armed Black Militants Demonstrated at Stone Mountain, GA, the Birthplace of the KKK

CNBNews Reporting An army of several hundred black militants heavily armed with M15 semi automatic rifles marched through Stone Mountain Memorial Park on Independence day. screenshot:Newsweek ( MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA--A large group of heavily armed black militants marched on Stone Mountain Park, located just outside of Atlanta, Georgia on Independence Day, Saturday, July 4. Leaders of the group challenged white people in the area to either come out and fight or join them in demonstrating against the government reported Newsweek. Police estimated the numbers of armed militia in the march range between several hundred to 1,000. Park officials said the Black militia group was peaceful, orderly and escorted by police as they called for the removal of the country's largest Confederate monument near Atlanta. Videos posted to social media show the group, the "Not F**king Around Coalition" (NFAC), meeting at the massive nine-story quartz sculpting that depicts former Confederate president Jefferson... Read more →

IPTV vs Cable – Who Holds the Future?

(GLOUCESTERCITYNEWS.NET)(July 23, 2020)--IPTV is the new buzz word. It’s a new type of TV service that may replace conventional TVs. When compared with cable, it’s more versatile. However, it comes with some restrictions. But there’s cable in every other household and there are juicy bundles out there such as Spectrum packages. So can IPTV really gain the cable kind of dominance? This is a question that deserves IPTV vs. cable debate and this blog addresses that exactly. Let’s dive into the comparison, shall we! What is IPTV? IPTV refers to the delivery of TV over IP networks. It lets you stream the source media without any interruption. Cable TV broadcaster normally sends out the signals and the reviews receive them. In other words, the viewers are only able to watch whatever is being broadcasted. They never get to dictate what is on and when. The viewer can only watch what’s... Read more →

Video: Anarchists Attack Homeland Security Agents Protecting Federal Buildings in Portland

CNBNews Reporting (, OREGON, JULY 21, 2020)--Hundreds of anarchists try to storm a United States courthouse in Portland, Oregon as agents from Homeland Security sent to Portland to protect federal buildings fire teargas into the crowds trying to disperse them. One agent was hit over the head by a subversive using a sledge hammer. His medical condition is unknown. The 23-year-old suspect, who resides in Texas, is facing federal charges. According to Chad Wolf, acting Homeland Security head since November 2019 the Portland protests have been going on every night for over 50 days. Wolf said the anarchists number in the 1000, are well trained, are mostly white, and are between 20 and 30 years old. "They come out every night when it gets dark and disappear when the sun rises." Since late June, Portland, Seattle, and Washington D.C. have now all seen federal officers dispatched to their cities to... Read more →

Happy 4th of July

Drone footage of fireworks over Lake Hopatcong captured by YouTube user Rick Knox. During part of the show (which lasts about 3.5 minutes), you’ll feel like you’re actually going right THROUGH the display, according to source Read more →

Shaq vs Gronk Showdown Saturday Night  

Orlando, Florida – When Hall of Fame legend and four-time NBA champion Shaquille O’Neal and three-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski go head-to-head for a series of live-streamed entertaining challenges Saturday night, they will have peace of mind that their production sets have been disinfected and protected with the BIOPROTECTUs System products along with sanitizer for everyone’s hands. is the preferred partner of ViaClean Technologies, which manufactures the BIOPROTECT Hydrating Hand Sanitizer. Shaq’s Fun House vs Gronk Beach is being billed as a virtual party with a purpose. Shaq and Gronk will compete in six “epic” live challenges such as sports trivia, a game of horse, a lip sync battle, a cook-off, a chicken wing eating contest and jousting. The sports trivia segment will be presented by The winner of each competition will earn a donation from the presenting sponsor of the segment to the charity of his... Read more →