Former Penn State Pres. Files to Delay Civil Suit

Graham Spanier, the former Penn State University president who is being tried for obstructing justice in the case of Jerry Sandusky, sought yesterday to delay his own case against investigator Louis Freeh. He argues that his criminal case would be prejudiced should the defamation case be resolved beforehand.
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Suicides Up on NJ Rail Lines

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Suicides on New Jersey rails are up this year, accounting for 21 of the 27 deaths on the tracks, compared with 16 last year and 13 in the three preceding years. The last death came on Monday when a 39-year-old man stepped in front of a CSX train headed for Newark.

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Christie’s Gay Marriage Stance Boosts Presidential Bid

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Now that N.J. Gov. Chris Christie’s presidential ambitions are all but certain—why do you think he was so annoyingly prominent in those Stronger than the Storm ads?—the question is how his recent decision to pull his administration’s appeal from the gay marriage court case will bode for his currently embryonic presidential campaign?
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