The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says more than 3.6 million middle and high school students used e-cigarettes last year alone.
Facebook won't delete disturbing photos from a late loved one's memorial page.
Amazon HQ2 selection team visits Newark
Newark opens first residential high rise built in decades
State Senate passes earned sick leave legislation
Gross operating profits for Atlantic ...
The stock market ended this week the same way it did last week - with extreme volatility based on the latest headlines about trade.
National Black Chamber of Commerce and others host a workshop to give a boost to Newark area small businesses by using social network platforms.
Hundreds of small business representatives attended a seminar to learn how to use Facebook for marketing.
Agreement on repairing and replacing our rough roads and bridges. But how fast? And who pays? The politics of immigrant rights. Advocates aim their agendas at next year and their hopes on the next ...
Laurie Woog discusses H-1B visas, which companies use to employ specialized skilled foreign workers.
A New Jersey congressman drafts an Obamacare replacement. The conservative Freedom Caucus likes it. Will you? And will the rest of Congress? Expect delays. Much-needed Amtrak upgrades promise to ...
VIZIO agreed to pay $2.5 million to settle federal and state allegations that the company secretly tracked customers.
The first major snowfall of the season has come and gone with some of us saying "thank goodness!" You watch your smart TV and it listens to you. See why that got one TV maker in trouble with the law. ...
Facebook and Google faced backlash for "influencing" the presidential election outcome by allowing the spread of fake and false news on their sites. Now the companies are taking action.
The governor squelches speculation Trump might ask him to leave office early. Even as he leaves the door open. Will he serve out his term? He might reconsider the salary cap he imposed on school ...
Many unauthorized immigrants are worried about their future once Trump becomes president.
Ideas can spread incredibly quickly with social networks, including misinformation.