While Mitt Romney talks about binders full of women, Democrats have ballots full of women.
As the campaign draws to a close it has become very apparent that Obama will return to the White House and that Harry Reid will lead a Democratic Senate.
A family of three, including an 18-month-old baby, were inside the home as well as a plumber, insurance inspector and real estate agent at the time of the explosion. The baby was confirmed dead by authorities.
Paul Ryan has changed the Electoral College math. With the pick, Romney has chosen a path that writes off almost all of the country and focuses the election on the industrial Midwest.
During an auction this weekend, George Jones turned down a $660,000 offer for two parcels on his 78-acre Country Gold Estate in Tennessee.
The 13-member commission has been sequestered inside a New Brunswick hotel since Monday, trading ideas on how to eliminate one of the state’s 13 seats.
A massive tree crashed into a Ramapo home, but all five people in the house, including a 6-year-old boy, were not injured.
Police said the child was alert and appeared not to have been badly injured, but was transported to Jersey Shore Medical Center for evaluation.
I guess it’s not that much of a stretch at this stage to call The Curious Case of Phil Hughes an episode of “House.” Brian Cashman referenced the TV medical drama in discussing the latest on Hughes…
A measure passed by the House last week slashes anti-terrorism grants for the Port Authority by about two thirds to just over $11 million.
Strong winds nearly destroyed a family’s home in New Jersey on Saturday when a 90-foot red oak crashed through a roof in Glen Rock.
The flames broke out at midnight on the second floor of a three-family apartment house and quickly spread.
The New York City Conflicts of Interest Board said both Marty Markowitz and chief of staff Carlo Scissura acknowledged that their conduct violated the city’s conflicts of interest law.
The 9/11 health bill has been passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, but remains stalled in the U.S. Senate.
360 days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Congress passed the War Hazards Compensation Act. It has now been over nine years since the attacks of 9/11.