A guilty verdict in one of New Jersey’s most infamous cold case killings should be overturned because of a judge’s missteps and a lack of evidence presented by prosecutors, attorneys for the woman convicted of the crime argued before an appeals court M…
Victims of sexual abuse by Roman Catholic clergy in New Jersey will soon be able to apply for compensation from a fund representing all five of the state’s dioceses.
A woman accused of insider trading with former Heartland Payment Systems CEO Robert Carr has reached a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The first day of a long-term road project expected to bring epic traffic jams for commuters to and from New York failed to live up to the hype Monday, giving them at least some hope that the predictions of “carmageddon” were overstated.
A school bus driver facing two counts of vehicular homicide stemming from a crash this month on Interstate 80 was released pending trial Wednesday over the objections of prosecutors.
A former Army major and his wife convicted of abusing their young foster children over several years are due back in court for a resentencing after their original sentence was thrown out for being too lenient.
A man accused of killing four people in two states in revenge for U.S. policy in the Middle East has pleaded guilty to killing a college student in New Jersey.
A federal judge has temporarily halted deportation proceedings against Indonesian Christians who are in the U.S. illegally but are seeking to gain legal status, including a man honored for his work helping to rebuild more than 200 homes after Superstor…
A New Jersey town less than two miles from the George Washington Bridge is putting up a “keep out” sign for motorists seeking a shortcut to the world’s busiest span.
A Pennsylvania man arrested last year outside New York with a vehicle full of weapons who told police he was heading to the city to rescue a teenage girl from a drug den has pleaded guilty to weapons charges.
A Pennsylvania man arrested last year outside New York City with a vehicle full of weapons for an alleged drug rescue plans to plead guilty.
A New Jersey rabbi and his wife and three other couples defrauded state and federal public assistance programs out of more than $1 million by underreporting their incomes, according to criminal complaints released Monday.