New Jersey Family Still Fighting To Bring Jailed Journalist Home More Than 400 Days After He Was Detained In NigeriaYele Sowore, who owns the publication Sahara Reporters, was jailed for speaking out against corruption and human rights violations after allegedly organizing a pro-democracy protest in Nigeria last August.
'If We Do Not Receive That Money, It's Not Going To Be Pretty': New Jersey Leaders and Residents Await New Federal StimulusCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports on the new proposed federal stimulus package and how that will affect New Jersey residents.
Coronavirus SMART Fund: New Jersey's Top Leaders Push For Bi-Partisan Help 'Getting Our Lives Back'New Jersey's senior senator joined the governor's daily COVID-19 briefing to address the big question so many Garden State residents want to know: When will New Jersey reopen?
Coronavirus Update: New York Approved To Test For VirusThe New York City Health Department said Saturday that tests came back negative for a city resident who recently traveled to Italy and was showing symptoms.
Coronavirus Update: Suspected Case Reported In Monmouth County As N.J., Conn. Get Approval To Test For The VirusThat means patients there can know if they have the virus much sooner. Local testing has not been approved in New York.
7 Years After Superstorm Sandy, Sen. Bob Menendez Aims To Revamp Flood Insurance System With New BillMenendez says his National Flood Insurance Program Reauthorization and Reform Act makes affordability a priority and sets deadlines for FEMA to respond to homeowners.
NJ Senator Wants Moratorium On Sales, Use Of Vaping ProductsMenendez also wants a crackdown on deceptive marketing targeting teens.
Company Behind Deadly East River Helicopter Crash Blasted For Offering Doors-Off Tours For DogsThe company said it does offer flights for dogs, but they have to stay strapped into their seats, and their owners have to buy a separate ticket.
Menendez Pushes Legislation Limiting Magazine Size For Guns To 10 RoundsResponding to the recent wave of mass shootings, political leaders and gun safety advocates got together Wednesday to call for Congress to act.
NJ Residents Question Senator's Priorities As He Pushes For Flying Beach Umbrella SafetyAfter a freak accident on the Jersey Shore impaled a beach goer, officials are pushing for new action to minimize the danger from windswept umbrellas.
Democratic Senators Visit Detention Centers Along Southern BorderA group of senate democrats went to the southern border Friday to inspect migrant detention facilities.
After Jersey Shore Impaling, Lawmakers Urge Caution Around Windswept Beach Umbrellas This YearLast July, a woman was impaled by a flying umbrella pole in Seaside Heights. The loose umbrella speared London resident Margaret Reynolds in the ankle.
Sen. Menendez Calls For Crackdown On Record Number Of RobocallsA record 2.5 billion robocalls were made to U.S. customers in March.
New Restrictions On When Troubled Portal Bridge Can Open And Close Take EffectThe new rules now in effect limit the times when the 108-year-old Portal Bridge can open. The hope is that will reduce the number of disruptions on northeast corridor train traffic.
Gov. Murphy Joins N.J. Delegation On Tour Of Hudson River Tunnel, Urges Completion Of Gateway ProjectSome 200,000 commuters go through the North River tunnel each day.