Travel in Secaucus, NJ

The NJSEA thanks the BCAS for its generous $200 donation made this week to help the Authority beautify DeKorte Park through new plantings and other work. As always, the NJSEA's Gabrielle Bennett-Meany (pictured above), who oversees work at DeKorte, will make sure the money is put to good use!

White House officials said legal counsel Don McGahn has left his position effective Wednesday, after helping President Donald Trump confirm dozens of conservative judges who will remain on the bench for decades to come, according to National Public Radio. The confirmation process of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh marked the end o McGahn's White House role, but he was also instrumental in confirming 29 appeals court judges and 52 district court judges, along with Kavanaugh and Justice Neil

The World Health Organization convened an emergency meeting on Wednesday to determine if the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo constitutes as a public health emergency of international concern, according to Voice of America. This is the DRC's second Ebola outbreak this year and tenth overall, but the current number of cases have spread into the country's northeast where rebel attacks have threatened the health care workers who are doing field work to catch new cases

Thanks to Dave McClure for these photos taken recently at Mehrhof Pond and DeKorte Park to start our day! We'll have more from Dave later on.

Thanks to Marco van Brabant for these great photos of Least Sandpipers taken recently on the Saw Mill Trail in DeKorte. A great way to start the week!

Autonomous vehicles could change everything about the way we travel on the road, particularly during our retirement years.

John Banks explains why Intro 737 is a flawed proposal from a public policy standpoint and a troubling one from a legal standpoint.

Peru's Supreme Court overturned a medical pardon for the former strongman Alberto Fujimori and ordered him to return to jail on Wednesday, according to The Associated Press. Former President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski pardoned the 80-year-old Fujimori on humanitarian grounds last Christmas Eve, a decision which ignited thousands to protest across Peru. A number of critics also said Kuczynski was attempting to avoid impeachment by gathering favor from Fujimori's allies in Congress. But the top court

Dr. Maria Montessori was an innovative, revolutionary woman who was not only the first female physician in Italy, specializing in [...]

First look: Take a sneak peek at Red Roof's first Red Collection member, the St. Clair Hotel in Chicago's Streeterville. The 208-room property, formerly a Red Roof Inn, opens Oct. 1.