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U.S. 1's Dan Aubrey recounts the story of former Hunterdon County prosecutor Bennett Barlyn, who was fired after questioning whether the dismissal of dozens of indictments against the a former Hunterdon County sheriff was politically motivated. Barlyn's lawsuit against the state was recently settled for $1.5 million, but not before a series of Bridgegate-esque twists and turns.
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At Princeton University Art Museum: "A Material Legacy: The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection of Contemporary Art," on view through October 30, features work by Edmund de Waal, Mark di Suvero, Katharina Grosse, Damien Hirst, Anish Kapoor, Matthew Ritchie, Julian Schnabel, Richard Serra, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Kara Walker, and Kehinde Wiley, among others. Ilene Dube reports.
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PRINCETON UNIVERSITY NEWS
For the second consecutive year the Princeton University faculty boasts a new Nobel laureate: F. Duncan Haldane, a physics professor, was named a co-recipient of the prize for physics.
News was not so rosy in plasma physics: Stewart Prager, director of Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, resigned last month after a breakdown in the lab's NSTX-U fusion reactor.
And winding its way through the legal system is a group of residents' lawsuit questioning the university's tax-exempt status. The trial is now scheduled to begin October 17.