Senior N.J. Government Official Says She Was Raped By Staffer While Working For Gov. Murphy's CampaignA hiring controversy has hit New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's administration. A senior official in the governor's office has accused a former fellow top staffer of rape, and on Tuesday she testified in Trenton.
President Bush's Service Dog To Return To Long Island Before Heading To Walter Reed Medical CenterAmong those at President George H.W. Bush's funeral this week will be unexpected guest from Long Island.
City Council Calls For Investigation Of Emails Between De Blasio And DonorThe City Council is calling for an investigation into whether Mayor Bill de Blasio intentionally deleted emails showing a chummy relationship with a donor.
Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty To Lying To CongressCohen reportedly admitted to making false statements in 2017 to the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence about a plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.
'This Is A National Issue': Cuomo, Trump Discuss Federal Funding For Gateway ProjectGov. Andrew Cuomo returned from Washington, D.C. after a White House meeting with President Donald Trump.
New Jersey Lawmakers Vote To Advance Bill That Could Legalize Recreational Marijuana By JanuaryThe state of New Jersey could be just weeks away from legalizing recreational marijuana.
New York State Sen. Jose Peralta Dies At 47Peralta represented the 13th district in Queens from 2010 to 2018. Before that, he was a member of the State Assembly.
Senator: Marijuana May Be Legal In New Jersey By JanuaryAs more states make marijuana legal, New Jersey lawmakers are getting ready for a heated debate on the issue. A vote on pot plans could happen soon.