There's still uncertainty from state officials about how to classify Tuesday's shootout in Jersey City, but the mayor is calling it a hate crime.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop says it's clear that the gunmen in a furious shooting that left six people dead targeted a Jewish market.
A bill in the New Jersey Legislature would create a category of driver's licenses that lets residents who are unable to prove lawful presence in the U.S. to get permits, standard New Jersey driver's ...
Two state senators are sponsoring a bill that would provide Medicaid coverage to help individuals stay on their needed medications when they leave prison.
State Attorney General Gurbir Grewal on Wednesday unveiled a sweeping plan designed to bolster public trust in the state’s criminal justice system.
The Port Authority is putting the brakes on its carpooling discount, as of next month.
In a battle of neighboring cities run by progressive Democrats, Newark is suing New York over a homeless prevention program that has relocated nearly 1,200 families to the Brick City.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of 37-year-old John Bellocchio alleges that he was assaulted by Theodore McCarrick, then the archbishop of the Newark Archdiocese.
Law enforcement responses to the crack and opioid-heroin epidemics are at the center of a new report from USA TODAY.
Bruce Novozinsky accuses the Diocese of Trenton and St. Mary of the Lake Church in Lakewood of covering up alleged abuse by the late Father Gerry Brown.
NJ Homeland Security director Jared Maples responds to Friday's London Bridge attack, which is being investigated as a "terrorism incident."
Ian Marlow, CEO of FitechGelb, joined Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler to share some tips on protecting your data from cybercriminals.
Sen. Ron Rice is getting the credit — or, in some circles, the blame — for derailing the effort to pass a law legalizing recreational use of marijuana, pushing hard instead for decriminalization.
The rise of home-grown, white extremism was the focus Tuesday of a roundtable discussion attended by a trio of high-profile Democrats.
The new law, which goes into effect Sunday, requires installation of technology that locks ignition if it detects a driver’s alcohol level is above the legal limit.