Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp Platforms All Down on Monday
Facebook and its Instagram and WhatsApp platforms appeared to crash late Monday morning, leaving users with nearly blank screens.
Rutgers Suspends Football Players After ‘Aggravated Assault’ Arrests
Two Rutgers players have been suspended from the football team after they were charged in an incident in which three people were struck by paintballs fired from a passing vehicle.
NJ Suspends Judge Who Told Domestic Violence Suspect: Men are ‘In Control’
A Newark judge who suggested to a domestic violence suspect that men are “in control” has been suspended.
NJ Has Started Mailing Out Ballots in the Election for Governor
The return of the ballots will kick off voting in the Nov. 2 race between Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and Republican former Assembly member Jack Ciattarelli.
Bodies Found in River are Pair Who Went Missing in NJ Storm
Two bodies found in the Passaic River this week have been identified as two friends who went missing amid torrential flooding caused by Hurricane Ida, moving the storm's death toll in the Garden State to 29.
Biden Announces New Vaccine Mandates for 100 Million Americans
President Joe Biden blamed people who have not yet received COVID-19 vaccinations for the sharp rise in cases.
Friends Swept Away in Car Among NJ Residents Still Missing After Ida Floods
As residents and businesses across New Jersey spent the holiday weekend trying to clean up damage from last week's storm, rescue workers resumed the search for two friends whose car was caught up in the floodwaters.
At Least 9 Deaths as Hurricane Ida’s Remnants Hit NJ and NY
Gov. Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency in all of New Jersey’s 21 counties, urging people to stay off the flooded roads.
Cape May, NJ, Teen Lifeguard Death Sparks Concern About Surfboats
Cape May officials are reexamining the use of surfboats, following the death of a teenage lifeguard in an accident off of a New Jersey shore beach earlier this month.
NJ Man Pardoned by Trump Facing New Cyberstalking Criminal Charges
The allegations mirror federal charges filed last October against Kurson — a case that went away when Trump pardoned him in January in the final hours of his White House term.