Kate Zernike

New York Times

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Kate Zernike is a national correspondent for the New York Times and the author of Boiling Mad: Inside Tea Party America.

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Across the country, protesters are calling on Democrats to obstruct the Trump Administration wherever they can.

Can America's Left start its own Tea Party?

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The “Bombers” of the War Memorial High School in Sayerville, New Jersey have won three of the last four state championships.

Revered High School Football Team Taken Down by Hazing and Assault Scandal

The “Bombers” of the War Memorial High School in Sayerville, New Jersey have won three of the last four state championships.

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A landslide re-election made New Jersey Governor Chris Christie a presidential prospect.

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