Gregory Korte, North Jersey News

Gregory Korte

North Jersey News

Washington, DC, United States

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  • Statesman Journal
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  • Indianapolis Star
  • Enquirer
  • El Paso Times
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  • The Shreveport Times
  • WWL-TV
  • The Tennessean
  • 11Alive Atlanta
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Recent articles by Gregory:

More arrests could be coming 'in the near future' in college admissions case, prosecutors say

In the month since announcing charges against 50 people in Operation Varsity Blues, prosecutors have hinted in court filings at more charges to come. → Read More

For a million U.S. men, failing to register for the draft has serious, long-term consequences

Last year, Selective Service referred 112,051 names and addresses of suspected violators to the Justice Department for possible prosecution. → Read More

College admissions scandal: What did the students know about 'the side door' and what should happen next?

No students have been charged in the sweeping college admissions scandal, which involved bribery, test doctoring and fraud. So what becomes of them? → Read More

'So that's what he was up to': Rick Singer, architect of scam, peddled a 'side door' to college admissions

California college counselor's $25 million scheme involved doctoring tests and bribing coaches. → Read More

'So that's what he was up to': Rick Singer, architect of scam, peddled a 'side door' to college admissions

California college counselor's $25 million scheme involved doctoring tests and bribing coaches. → Read More

Second judge opens door to overturning the male-only draft

A 21-year-old New Jersey woman says women should be part of the draft – or there should be no draft at all. → Read More

Q&A: A judge has ruled the male-only military draft unconstitutional. What happens now?

As a practical matter, the ruling won't change the draft registration system overnight. But it could result in major changes to Selective Service. → Read More

Federal court rules the male-only draft unconstitutional

A federal judge in Texas has declared that the all-male military draft is unconstitutional. → Read More

With women in combat roles, a federal court rules the male-only draft unconstitutional

In the biggest legal blow to the Selective Service System since 1981, judge rules that "the time has passed" for debate on women in the military. → Read More

How congressional Democrats could fight a Trump wall national emergency declaration

Congress hasn't voted to overturn a presidential emergency in 44 years. But in 2005, one congressman threatened to – and the president blinked. → Read More

How congressional Democrats could fight a Trump wall national emergency declaration

Congress hasn't voted to overturn a presidential emergency in 44 years. But in 2005, one congressman threatened to – and the president blinked. → Read More

Birds strike planes in USA more than 40 times a day, FAA data show

Collisions between planes and wildlife tied an all-time high of more than 40 per day in 2018, a USA TODAY analysis of FAA data shows. → Read More

Birds strike planes in USA more than 40 times a day, FAA data show

Collisions between planes and wildlife tied an all-time high of more than 40 per day in 2018, a USA TODAY analysis of FAA data shows. → Read More

In blackface controversy, Virginia remains haunted by its Confederate past

If slavery is the original sin of American life, Virginia is its Garden of Eden. → Read More

Should women be required to register for the draft? Commission likely to recommend big changes

A congressional commission is considering a range of proposals, from eliminating the draft to making women eligible to requiring public service of all. → Read More

IRS to waive penalties for under-withholding after Trump tax changes

The Internal Revenue Service will waive penalties against taxpayers who withheld too little of their pay for taxes last year. → Read More

IRS to waive penalties for under-withholding after Trump tax changes

The Internal Revenue Service will waive penalties against taxpayers who withheld too little of their pay for taxes last year. → Read More

Just 0.5 percent of public service worker applicants are getting their student loans forgiven. Here's how you can be one of them

Four things you should check now if you want to qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. → Read More

More than 41,000 public service workers sought federal student loan forgiveness. 106 got approved.

The success rate – just 0.5 percent of borrowers who apply – has frustrated applicants, student advocates and consumer groups, who say borrowers made education and career decisions based on the government's promise that their loans would be forgiven. → Read More

More than 41,000 public service workers sought student loan forgiveness. 206 were approved

Federal data released this week shows that 41,000 people have applied for Public Service Loan Forgiveness – but as of Sept. 30, 206 had received it. → Read More