Cop kicked handcuffed man so hard his cap flew off, video shows
Penns Grove Police Officer George Manganaro is charged with aggravated assault and has been suspended as a result of the incident in Carneys Point on Thanksgiving.
Birth control pill, some IUDs linked to breast cancer risk
The overall increased risk was small, amounting to one extra case of breast cancer among 7,700 women using such contraceptives per year.
Sen. Al Franken steps down amidst sexual misconduct allegations
A fresh allegation on Wednesday against Sen. Al Franken unleashed a torrent of Democratic demands that he step aside led by female senators and joined by Sen. Cory Booker.
‘Silence Breakers’ named Time magazine’s Person of the Year
The movement began spontaneously in October after actress-activist Alyssa Milano followed on a suggestion from a friend of a friend on Facebook and tweeted: "If you've been sexually harassed or assaulted write 'me too' as a reply to this tweet."
Trump forges ahead on Jerusalem-as-capital despite opposition
President Donald Trump will instruct the State Department to begin the multi-year process of moving the American embassy from Tel Aviv to the holy city, U.S. officials said.
Mobster’s family to get $6 million from cancelled tunnel deal
Close to two acres of property owned the family of Carmine "Papa Smurf" Franco was to be used as part of a rail tunnel under the Hudson River.
Court weighing New Jersey’s bid for pro sports gambling
A 25-year-old law is being contested in court which would allow betting on professional sports in New Jersey.
ABC News suspends Brian Ross over erroneous Michael Flynn report
ABC was widely criticized for merely clarifying and not correcting the report. It issued a correction later in the evening.
Senate passes GOP $1.5 trillion tax plan
The measure focuses its tax reductions on businesses and higher-earning individuals, gives more modest breaks to others and offers the boldest rewrite of the nation's tax system since 1986.
‘Why don’t they just leave us alone?’ — NJ wins another dune fight vs. homeowners
A state judge ruled that the state Department of Environmental Protection can move forward with the land seizure by using its power of eminent domain.