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.
After Months In Nigerian Jail, New Jersey Journalist Omoyele Sowore FreedA New Jersey journalist who spent months jailed in Nigeria was finally released on bail on Tuesday, but the fight for his freedom is not over.
Teen Building 9/11 Memorial In Front Of Haworth Fire DepartmentThe work by Kyle Pavlik, a 17-year-old Bergen Catholic High School student, uses three pieces of twisted, rusted World Trade Center steel and is displayed in front of the Haworth Fire Department.
Cresskill Police: Home Invasion Suspects Carried Snow Shovels As A CoverThe suspects hit two homes during Monday morning's snowstorm, police said. Police said two white men wearing ski masks and carrying snow shovels went door to door, hoping to find nobody at home.