“I didn’t set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport,” Collins wrote in Sports Illustrated. “But since I am, I’m happy to start the conversation.”
The retired Hamilton police officer is on disability for a leg injury. He earned $70,000 in disability pension last year.
More than 11 years after the horrific attack on the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers by two commercial airliners, the NYPD said Friday that a piece of the landing gear from one of those planes had been found.
If you’ve ever wanted to run under the Hudson River then this Sunday morning is for you.
We couldn’t let today’s news about the FAA furloughs soon coming to an end go by without some fact checking on some things we’ve heard.
Presidential historian and Kean University professor Terry Golway said time has been kind to the 43rd president as his legacy continues to be fleshed out.
According to the group Legacy, there were 287 billion cigarettes sold in the U.S. in 2011, the most recent year with data available. Of those, seven billion were sold in New York.
The 16th annual Miles for Matheny bike, walk and wheelchair race will be held Sunday at Liberty Park in Peapack, N.J.
It’s perfectly legal, but to some, big pension payouts to public employees are outrageous and unaffordable, and they’re only growing.
Today we’re focusing on background checks for gun buyers. Are they really in a government registry? If not, would a government registry be created? If not, why not?
Paige Aiello, the captain of the College of New Jersey’s women’s tennis team, was reported missing by her parents on Wednesday.
Most people probably welcome the warm weather, except, maybe, for some local fire officials worried about the potential for more brush fires.
“For the first time in the history of the world, more people will die from over-eating than under-eating this year,” Bloomberg said. Was the mayor telling truth or serving up a whopper?
It’s that time again – after a 17-year slumber, cicadas will be making their unwelcome debut in about a month.
According to an investigation by Mark Lagerkvist of New Jersey Watchdog, a news website devoted to public service journalism, 22 retired state police currently earn a pension and a salary.