David Cruz

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Sen. Menendez Indicted on Federal Bribery Charges

Thursday, April 02, 2015

Sen. Robert Menendez was indicted on federal corruption charges. NJPR's Nancy Solomon, NJTV's David Cruz & The Takeaway's Todd Zwillich explain the charges.

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Newark After Booker

Friday, August 16, 2013

Polls indicate an easy victory for Newark Mayor Cory Booker in October's special election for NJ's open US Senate seat. But win or lose, Booker is not running for reelection in Newark's mayoral race, and the post-Booker era appears imminent. NJ Today correspondent David Cruz discusses Booker's legacy, and takes a look at what's next for New Jersey's largest city, including the tricky business of determining a successor.

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Whitney Houston and New Jersey Flags

Friday, February 17, 2012

David Cruz, reporter for NJTV, talks about Whitney Houston's ties to New Jersey and Gov. Christie's decision to fly flags at half-staff in tribute to her. What do you think? Did the Governor make the right call in flying flags at half-staff? Let us know!

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Do You Love Your New Jersey Town?

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

WNYC senior reporter Bob Hennelly, NJ Spotlight's John MooneyBaristanet's Debra Galant and NJTV reporter David Cruz will join Brian to lead a discussion about New Jersey towns. What do the state’s hundreds and hundreds of municipalities mean to New Jersey hearts and minds, and what do they mean for governance and economics?

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Bullhorn: David Cruz Asks Where’s My President? Where’s My Job?

Friday, September 17, 2010

After watching how we all comported ourselves during the primaries, I guess the biggest question we should be asking is “have you no shame?” But, that’s a rhetorical question at t...


Bullhorn: Goodbye to Summer, Hello to Pundit Echo Chamber

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

I tried to bid an official farewell to summer with a dip in the waters at my favorite spot off the Jersey Shore (the place, not the TV show), but swimming was restricted, su...

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Your Anecdotal Census: Hudson County

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Fran Moran, professor of political science at New Jersey City University talks about demographic shifts in Hudson County over the last ten years.  Hudson County Executive Thomas DeGise, discusses how population changes have impacted policy in the county.  David Cruz, long time resident and freelance reporter, provides analysis of the changes he's seen in Hudson County. And Christine Goodman, artist and founder of Art House Productions and Jelynne Jardiniano, entrepreneur and founder of LITM, talk about the development of Jersey City. Plus, community activist Ines Garcia-Keim, talks about the Latino community in and around Hoboken. 

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30 Issues Day 3: Newark and New Jersey Urban Policy

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

30 Issues in 30 Days continues with a discussion of New Jersey urban policy. Marc Levin is co-director of Brick City, a five-part documentary about Newark airing on the Sundance Channel September 21st-25th. Jayda a former gang member and current community organizer, is featured heavily in the documentary, as ...

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Breaking News: New Jersey Corruption Arrests

Thursday, July 23, 2009

In what might be the largest corruption investigation in New Jersey history, this morning police are arresting dozens across the state. The mayors of Secaucus and Hoboken along with the deputy mayor of Jersey City are among the arrested. WNYC reporter Bob Hennelly and reporter David Cruz, former editor-in-chief of ...

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A Loss of Venti Proportions

Monday, July 28, 2008

In the wake of Starbucks' announcement of 600 store closings, there has been an outcry of loyal customers protesting the closing of their neighborhood location. David Cruz, host of Newark Today at WBGO, and Chadwick Matlin, Staff Reporter for The Big Money, Slate's soon-to-be-released business site, discuss the closings and ...

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Newark: 1967 and Today

Thursday, July 12, 2007

How the racial unrest in 1967 affects life in Newark now, with Clement Price, professor of political science at Rutgers University in Newark, and David Cruz, anchor reporter and host of Newark Today at WBGO.