NJ cops looking for rapper Juelz Santana over gun at airport
Authorities on Friday evening found a loaded .38-caliber handgun along with an ID for Santana, whose real name is LaRon James.
California gunman in veteran center killings was ex-patient
A daylong siege at The Pathway Home ended Friday evening with the discovery of four bodies, including the gunman
Fed aid to Jersey Shore town helps Trump son-in-law
The federal government has been advising a beach town on the Jersey Shore on plans to build a pier and start a ferry service that would speed New Yorkers to the doorstep of a resort co-owned by Jared Kushner.
Trump refuses to fund Gateway tunnel, threatens to shut government
The White House would not confirm that President Donald Trump has explicitly threatened an entire government-wide spending measure if it includes money for the Gateway project.
Trump really is trying to kill the Hudson tunnel project
In contentious exchanges with several lawmakers, the Transportation secretary told a House committee Tuesday that Trump indeed is intervening to try to kill the project.
Crew member lied: ICE isn’t hunting ‘illegals’ on NJ Transit
A spokeswoman for NJ Transit didn't identify the employee but said he would be suspended without pay pending an investigation.
Trump puts aside the feud with media for a night at Gridiron
President Donald Trump dished out sharp one-liners throughout his comments Saturday night, occasionally lapsing into recurring themes about the 2016 election and media bias.
Murphy sticks to tax-hike pledge at Walk to DC address
It was Phil Murphy's first speech as governor at the event, and he echoed many of the campaign themes he has been touting since succeeding Republican Chris Christie.
Feds could fine NJ Transit $28K a day for speed-control delays
The Government Accountability Office study released Wednesday found that as many as two-thirds of the nation's 29 commuter railroads weren't on track to meet the deadline.
Hope Hicks leaving as Trump’s communication director
The departure of Hope Hicks, who worked as a one-woman communications shop during his campaign, came as a surprise Wednesday to most in the White House.