Trump administration investigates after Princeton acknowledges racism
The investigation is the Trump administration's latest salvo against schools and colleges that seek to address racism.
Ginsburg Helped Shape Women’s Rights — Before Joining Supreme Court
When he nominated Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the Supreme Court, President Bill Clinton compared her legal work on behalf of women to the epochal work of Thurgood Marshall on behalf of African-Americans.
Democrats Strike Deal on NJ Millionaires Tax, Rebate for Middle Class
For Murphy, the agreement fulfills a core campaign promise of raising taxes on the wealthy and also sets up a tax rebate to go out next year in the midst of his reelection campaign.
Big Ten changes course, aims for October start to football
Each team, including the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, will have an eight-game schedule and begin play October 24.
Oops! NJ county finds 1,600 uncounted ballots 2 months later
Officials have counted more than 1,600 ballots from New Jersey's July primary that were found last week in a “mislabeled” bin.
Judge declares PA’s coronavirus restrictions unconstitutional
A judge wrote in his ruling that the Wolf administration’s pandemic policies have been overreaching, arbitrary and violated citizens’ constitutional rights.
Turnpike, Parkway, Expressway toll hikes start double whammy for drivers
The new average Parkway toll now is $1.41, while the new average Turnpike toll is $4.75, according to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority.
Murphy Bans Smoking in Atlantic City Casinos During Pandemic
Smoking inside Atlantic City's casinos won't be allowed after all as restaurants reopened on Friday, Gov. Phil Murphy said.
Officials: Fatal Shooting of UPS Hostage-taker Was Justified
Seven cops were justified in the fatal shooting of an armed man who held two women hostage for several hours at a UPS processing center in South Jersey last year, according to the NJ AG's office.
NJ Liquor Stores, Wholesalers to Pay Millions in Record-setting Penalties
NJ's two biggest wine and spirits wholesalers as well as 20 retailers have agreed to pay a combined $10.3M to settle findings they engaged in discriminatory trade practices.