Joel Rose

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Federal Courts Consider Legal Challenges To Trump's Immigration Ban

Friday, February 03, 2017

As federal courts begin to consider the legality of President Trump's refugee ban, immigrant lawyers and advocates provide updates on the litigation filed across the country. Meanwhile, protesters are staging events against the ban during noontime prayers at mosques and other locales in more than a dozen states.


After 2 Weeks In Office, Trump Faces More Than 50 Lawsuits

Thursday, February 02, 2017

In that same time, the Obama administration faced five suits; George W. Bush had four. Most of the suits against the Trump administration are about his temporary travel ban and refugee restrictions.


Trump's Actions Leave Refugees In Limbo

Saturday, January 28, 2017

The Trump administration's plan to block new Syrian refugees from entering the country has left many in limbo, including a Syrian refugee in New Haven, Conn., who is waiting for his mother to come.


Big Change As Trump Administration Pledges To Find Long-Term Solution For DACA

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Fox News reported the Trump Administration says it will work with Congress to find a long-term solution for immigrants with temporary legal status under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.


Trump's Promises Of Deportations Create Uncertainty For N.J. Family

Friday, January 13, 2017

Desiree Armas is a straight-A high school senior who hopes to go to college. But she and her parents are in the U.S. illegally. They're now in limbo, fearful of what's ahead under the new president.


New Jersey Banking On Shift From Bail Money To Risk Assessment

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Next month, courts in New Jersey will all but stop using a money-based bail system. Advocates say the new approach is fairer to poor defendants, and could be a national model. But what about the cost?


After 8 Decades And Countless Pastrami Sandwiches, New York's Carnegie Deli Folds

Monday, December 26, 2016

The iconic deli in midtown Manhattan is closing its doors after nearly 80 years in business. Its oversized sandwiches defined a certain kind of New York restaurant.


Congressman Charles Rangel, Harlem's Face In Washington, Retires

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Harlem was known as the cultural capital of black America. With Charles Rangel retiring, the neighborhood will be without African-American Congressional representation for the first time in 70 years.


City Officials Go To Court To Protect New Yorkers With Municipal IDs

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

New York City wants to erase the personal information of people who've received municipal IDs — including, potentially, thousands of undocumented immigrants. State lawmakers are trying to stop them.


New York Skyline Sees Boom In Super Tall Skyscrapers

Monday, December 12, 2016

More than a dozen residential towers are under construction. Many of the global ultra-rich who buy these apartments spend just a fraction of the year in them.


Why Mary Halvorson Sounds Like No Other Guitarist

Sunday, November 27, 2016

With an approach once described as "anti-guitar," the 36-year-old composer and instrumentalist has made her name in a jazz scene dominated by men, leading her own groups and creating her own sound.


In Dealings With U.N. Diplomats, Mayor Giuliani Pulled No Punches

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Rudy Giuliani is a leading contender for secretary of state in a Trump administration, but as mayor of New York he waded into conflicts with Yasser Arafat and parking scofflaws at the United Nations.


Following Hate Crimes And Trump's Election, Muslims Remain Resilient

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

One mosque in central New Jersey is trying to figure out its place in the community — and in America — after the election of Donald Trump.


Millennials Just Didn't Love Hillary Clinton The Way They Loved Barack Obama

Monday, November 14, 2016

Young voters showed an increase in third-party support, potentially low turnout, and stronger than expected support for Trump in some key Midwestern states that Clinton lost.


Young Voters In Pennsylvania Weigh In On Why Clinton Failed To Win State

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Millennial voters were a big factor in Tuesday's election. Hillary Clinton won a smaller share of their votes than President Obama. To find out why, we talked to young voters in Northampton County, Pa., which went for a Republican presidential candidate for the first time since 1988.


Shock At The Pump: A Jump In N.J. Gas Tax Marks An End To Cheap Fuel

Tuesday, November 01, 2016

New Jersey drivers have enjoyed relatively cheap gasoline thanks to low taxes. But that changed on Tuesday when the state's gas tax jumped 23 cents a gallon. Station owners fear they'll lose business.


Anti-Gay Remarks Lost A Congressman Wall Street, And Maybe His House Seat

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Rep. Scott Garrett said he would withhold his dues to the National Republican Congressional Committee unless the party stopped supporting gay candidates. Those comments have hurt him.


N.J. House Race Up For Grabs After GOP Incumbent Loses Wall Street Support

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

GOP Rep. Scott Garrett's big backers on Wall Street pulled their support after his anti-gay comments went public. Polls show Democratic challenger Josh Gottheimer is within striking distance.


There's Really No Comparison Between The Trump And Clinton Foundations

Monday, October 17, 2016

They're both foundations, and they've both become political liabilities for the major presidential candidates. But beyond that, the Clinton and Trump foundations have remarkably little in common.


The Analyst Who Gambled And Took On Trump

Monday, October 10, 2016

Even before the troubled Trump Taj Mahal casino opened in 1990, Marvin Roffman predicted it would flop. Donald Trump took offense and Roffman was fired. But the securities analyst had the last laugh.