Many big news events happened in New Jersey in 2016.
A murder case in Arkansas has raised questions about how much information devices like Amazon Echo store from customers.
It costs $25,000 a month to run. Since 2008, the number of clients has almost tripled.
HAMP will be replaced by a new federal assistance program called Flex Modification.
Using the same cars that take pictures for Google Maps, Google and PSE&G are able to detect methane leaks.
Patriots Week revisits the Battle of Trenton, which is considered the key turning point of the Revolutionary War.
The minimum wage increase to $8.44 an hour amounts to an extra $402 for workers in 2017.
Lawmakers overwhelmingly approved requiring ride-hail drivers to have insurance to cover passengers.
The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen’s annual Christmas dinner is sponsored this year by Muslims Against Hunger, an organization dedicated to feeding those in need. Volunteers bring the food, cook and ...
Representatives from the Salvation Army attribute the decline in New Jersey donations to more online shopping and fewer individuals carrying cash.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen billionaire Carl Icahn as adviser for regulatory reform.
Congregants from all different religious backgrounds held a candlelight vigil memorializing the lives lost to exposure.
The National Retail Federation expects 2016 holiday sales to increase by 3.6 percent to $655.8 billion.
Susan Berfield, Ilya Marritz and John Reitmeyer collaboratively reported on the American Dream megamall.
A decade ago, nearly all New Jersey hospitals were independent. But that’s changing.