Wednesday, October 16, 2019

To the Editor

#b#Thanks, And A Correction#/b#Thank you, Richard K. Rein, for speaking at Trenton Rotary two weeks ago. I’d like to make one correction to your report in the May 8...

For True Patriotism, Think of the Eagles

As Lambertville/New Hope plan for fireworks on July 4, perhaps we need to ask what is more important in making this area a great tourist destination — fireworks like...

Between the Lines

The day after we published our June 7 cover story involving telemedicine for mental health clinical research trials, the New York Times affirmed the value of telepsychiatry. Our story,...

U.S. 1’s Email Connection

We wouldn’t normally assign an article on the mail that arrives in our office every day, but since our editor (prompted by the recent news that the Postal Service...

It Pays To Get Out

It’s amazing what happens when reporters actually leave the office and get out into the real world. At last week’s New Jersey CAMA holiday party at the Chauncey Conference...

To the Editor

#b#Proud of Paul Robeson#/b#On April 5 my husband and I had the privilege of attending the Paul Robeson lecture at Rutgers and hearing the renowned performer and activist Harry...

Between the Lines

Every week, from phone calls and E-mail, we get several requests for information. Last week people asked for information on a divorce attorney, a same-day courier, and a poem...

A Careful Look at the Economy

Stories about economic progress, or lack thereof, often tend toward one of two extremes: boom or bust. This week, for example, the Times of Trenton ran a banner headline...

More Public Hearings for Proposed PennEast Pipeline

As a member of the League of Women Voters of New Jersey, I am very concerned about the very limited joint Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Delaware River Basin...

Letters to the Editor

In this issue of U.S. 1 we turn to a frequent freelance contributor, Doug Dixon, to untangle the complex choices offered by “triple play” bundles of phone, Internet, and...

Trending Stories

Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.