The House has overwhelmingly approved a bill to allow houses of worship damaged by Superstorm Sandy to receive federal disaster aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
“We did a lot of fact checking, but actually we wound up writing about very little,” factcheck.org’s Eugene Kieley told WCBS 880′s Wayne Cabot.
The women are among nearly two dozen people invited by the White House to attend the State Of The Union address.
In an announcement Wednesday, postmaster general and CEO Patrick R. Donahoe said the Saturday mail cutback will begin the week of Aug. 5.
This was also the month that Lance Armstrong finally came clean about his years of doping to become a cycling champion. Also in sports and due, at least in part, to the cloud cast by performance-enhancing drugs, no one was elected to the Baseball Hall Of Fame.
People are starting to feel cramping and other symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
A race against time may describe efforts to replace the decrepit Tappan Zee Bridge with a brand new one.
A groundbreaking decision came today from the U.S. Department of Education. It said that schools have to include students with disabilities in their sports programs, or at least provide equal alternatives.
Imagine if you could test out your car at full throttle, just to see what she can do, and do it legally. Well there was a place like that in New Jersey for 50 years.
Some towns are considering offering shop local cards. People can get the card, buy from shops in their hometown, and then they get to accumulate credits against their property tax bill.
Today’s claim to check is from newly sworn-in junior Connecticut U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy.
Last week, Atlantic City reported its annual revenues at just over $3 billion. Pennsylvania’s slots and table games brought in $3.16 billion in gross revenue in 2012, according to the state’s Gaming Control Board.
A Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released on Wednesday found that 56 percent of registered New Jersey voters oppose the measure. Less than four in 10 back the fee. But the bill’s sponsor State Sen. Bob Smith of Middlesex County said not enough is known about the proposal.
What has evolved into a national American holiday began 45 years ago this afternoon.
Superstorm Sandy could wind up benefiting the New Jersey economy. That’s the expert opinion from the Bloustein School of Public Policy and Planning at Rutgers University.