After Iowa’s disastrous 2020 caucuses, Democratic officials are weighing drastic changes to the 2024 calendar. States, angling for early attention, are waxing poetic. Behold, the New Jersey Turnpike!
Some homeowners looked at rising home prices and decided to get out while the going was still good. Now they’re renters again.
The Mullica River fire in Wharton State Forest in South Jersey has burned about 12,000 acres. Officials have ruled out natural causes as the source of the blaze.
The study appears to underscore the need for a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River, part of the huge and long-planned Gateway project.
For two years, an array of six underwater microphones tracked the feeding noises of marine mammals newly prevalent in New York waters.
Tom Kean Jr., the son of a two-term governor, won a crowded Republican primary to take on Tom Malinowski, an embattled House Democrat. Robert Menendez Jr., the senator’s son, won a primary for an open seat.
A bipartisan alliance is trying to topple the state’s ban on fusion voting, a system under which third-party groups like the Working Families Party in New York have gained influence.
Ahead of next month’s primary, Tom Kean Jr., running in New Jersey’s most competitive House race, hopes to avoid alienating moderate swing voters while facing challengers from the right.
TV’s spike-haired rhapsodist of roadside eats is still playing it for laughs. But he’s also winning food-world respect as a sort of graying eminence.
Lionsgate Newark will include six large soundstages. It’s being built on the site of one of New Jersey’s first public housing projects.
Mr. Trump is putting his faith in the political value of celebrity to its purest test yet.
Sundiata Acoli, who has dementia, will be freed to live with his daughter after serving 49 years for the death of Trooper Werner Foerster.
Frank Talarico, a 47-year-old police sergeant, was hospitalized for 49 days with the coronavirus. “If I was vaccinated,” he said, “I wouldn’t have gotten as sick as I did.”
Soviet-designed ammunition is part of the ‘life blood’ for Ukrainian troops fighting Russia, and the United States is keeping it flowing.
Recreational cannabis customers in the state can now legally buy up to an ounce of marijuana per sale.
The city will reach a yellow, or medium, risk level if new cases surpass 200 a week for every 100,000 residents. Here’s what that would mean.
All adults will be able to purchase cannabis at certain medical-marijuana dispensaries starting April 21.
A state commission has granted seven medical-marijuana companies permission to start selling cannabis to all adults at dispensaries.
Ocean County, a predominantly white and middle-class community in central New Jersey, also has low vaccination rates.
A brief but intense push to change a law that forbids self-service gas stations stalled before it even revved up.
The point guard became the first freshman — woman or man — to record a triple-double in the N.C.A.A. tournament. Now she has Notre Dame playing in the round of 16 on Saturday.
New York officials object to their neighbor’s move to eliminate an agency that was created to keep organized crime off the local docks.
George Bratsenis, a career criminal, is implicated in a plot that could grow into New Jersey’s next big public corruption scandal.
Moratoriums have expired on turning off utilities for customers who have failed to pay their bills, prompting fears that thousands could be left in the dark.
The region is home to the largest concentration of online shoppers in the country. The facilities, key to delivering packages on time, are reshaping neighborhoods.
New Jersey wants to dissolve a product of the “On the Waterfront” era. New York wants the country’s highest court to keep the bistate commission alive.
After Russia’s invasion, Meest-America, which specializes in shipping goods to Eastern Europe, shifted to a singular focus.
In the first budget address of his second term, Gov. Philip Murphy responded to New Jersey voters’ discontent at a time of surging gas costs and high taxes.
As the maternal mortality rate surged during the pandemic, Niulquie McKinney, a doula and midwife, turned her attention to the most vulnerable mothers-to-be.
As Sean Caddle has now admitted, sinister plots were more than just idle fantasy to him.
The auctioned areas are expected to generate enough power for nearly 2 million homes once turbines are built.
In “Scoundrel,” Sarah Weinman examines the right-wing support network that helped free Edgar Smith from prison until he struck again.
A video of the fight at a New Jersey mall circulated widely online. Gov. Philip D. Murphy said the appearance of “racially disparate treatment” was “deeply, deeply disturbing.”
New Jersey’s cannabis law was partly designed to remedy wrongs in a criminal justice system that disproportionately ensnares Black and Latino people. But the hurdles for small-business owners are high.
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have all announced plans to loosen certain restrictions, but all of them continue to require masks in some places.
White-tailed deer on Staten Island have become the first wild animals with documented Omicron infections. The coronavirus has now been found in deer in 15 states.
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, New Jersey districts will be permitted to allow students and teachers to stop wearing masks.
New revelations about a killing in 2014 have prompted questions from the son of a New Jersey couple found dead in their home that year.
The son of a New Jersey couple found dead in 2014 cites “eerily similar” circumstances in new revelations about a killing that year.
Forecasters called it a “bomb cyclone” and predicted that the Boston area would be hit particularly hard.
Israel used the NSO Group’s cyberweapon as a tool of diplomacy. The F.B.I. tested it for domestic surveillance. Then everything soured. Here are highlights of a New York Times Magazine investigation.
It never quite fit in your wallet, so it’s no surprise you may have misplaced it by now.
Sean Caddle, whose clients have included prominent New Jersey Democrats, pleaded guilty in a scheme that led to a fatal stabbing.
Before the pandemic, they relied on office workers, who paid up to $500 a month on tickets. At the M.T.A., those sales are down 75 percent.
Christina Vance and Greg Winick met in 2010, when they worked together for a few weeks. Years later, after each had suffered hardship, they reconnected and started to build a relationship.
Firefighters were still working to bring the fire under control on Saturday morning 14 hours after it erupted, but officials said residents did not need to evacuate.
Mayor Hector Lora urged residents to shut their windows as smoke from the burning chlorine plant wafted through the region.
The New Jersey nursing home settlement is believed to be the first of its kind nationwide.
Drivers reported being stranded for hours as part of the interstate, one of the country’s busiest travel corridors, was shut down after accidents involving several tractor-trailers.