New Jersey

Ebola Virus Disease Watchlist, Death Toll & Cases in the US: New York Mayor Urges Residents to Get Flu Shots

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo urged residents to stay calm amid confirmed reports that a doctor, who returned home from Guinea, has tested positive for Ebola.

Family Refuses to Tip NJ Waitress For Being Gay, Writes 'I Do Not Agree With Your Lifestyle' on Check

Dayna Morales, a waitress in New Jersey, prides herself on being punctual, professional and serving in the U.S. Marines Corps. However, her dedication to her country and to her job as a server at the Gallop Asian Bistro in Bridgewater was overshadowed by patrons who chose not to tip her on a nearly $100 bill simply because she is gay.

New Jersey Governor Election 2013: Republican Chris Christie Leads in the Polls

Republican Gov. Christie is leading in the polls against his opponent, Democrat Sen. Barbara Buono. The two candidates have starkly different ideas for the future of New Jersey.

New Jersey Mall Shooter Found Dead of a Self-Inflicted Gunshot

The gunman who barged into a mall in northern New Jersey on Monday was found dead by a self-inflicted gunshot.

New Jersey Senate Special Election 2013 News Update: Cory Booker Projected in Lead Over Steve Lonegan in U.S. Senate Race: Poll

Democratic Newark Mayor Cory Booker has been leading by double digit numbers in the build up to New Jersey's highly anticipated special election Senate race on Wednesday.

Nor'easter Nears East Coast, Threatens Floods in New Jersey, New York; Flood Maps, Updates

After a long stretch of pleasant weather over the last few weeks that brought in the fall season, things are expected to turn for the worst in New York and New Jersey throughout the next couple of days.

Tornado Warning in New Jersey, New York Still On Watch until 5 p.m. EST: News Updates & Maps

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for parts of New York and New Jersey until 5 p.m. on Monday.

Velma Castro, Hispanic Woman Who Lost Her Life After A Van And A Bus Crashed In New Jersey Is Identified

New Jersey police identified the victim of the accident that took place on Tuesday night between a van and a NJ Transit bus in the Garden State Parkway.

New Jersey Senate Race 2013 Polls and News: Cory Booker’s Lead in Jeopardy After Twitter Scandal?

Newark Mayor Cory Booker is known for using his Twitter account to communicate with his 1.4 million followers and frequently share his schedule of ribbon cuttings, football games and speeches. However, his exchange of flirtacious messages with a 26-year-old stripper on the social media platform has put him in the hot seat.

Victims of 'Revenge Porn' Push for Laws Prosecuting Websites and Posters

Victims of 'revenge porn'-nude photos, predominantly of women, posted on websites by ex-lovers-are seeking new laws to punish the posters as well as the websites that host and proliferate the images.

New Jersey Governor Election Polls and News 2013: Chris Christie Hits 20 Percent Lead in Reelection Bid

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie continues to hold a strong edge over Democrat state Sen. Barbara Buono among likely voters in less than two months to go in his reelection campaign.

Miss America 2014 Live Stream, Preview: 53 Contestants Vie for Crown, Telecast to Include Homage to New Jersey

The televised finale of the "Miss America, 2014" pageant will showcase 53 contestants vying for the coveted title of "Miss America." The pageant, which is back in its hometown of Atlantic City, will put a national spotlight on the Jersey shore.

New Jersey Boardwalk Fire 2013: Blaze Devastates Jersey Shore Businesses Rebuilding Post-Sandy, Gov. Christie Vows to Rebuild

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie vowed that the state will rebuild after a massive fire engulfed the iconic Jersey shore boardwalk on Thursday.

New Jersey Governor Christie See Lead in Polls Shrink; Still Leads Big, Holding Sway with Latinos

In New Jersey, the reelection battle between incumbent Governor Chris Christie (R) and state Senator Barbara Buono (D) is tightening, albeit not by much. According to a Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press poll, Christie's lead is down the 56% to 36% percent over Bruno, a twenty-point margin that, should it hold, would represent a landslide victory. However, according to the same polling group, Christie had a 30 point advantage a month ago (61% to 31%) as of one month ago. So in a month, his lead has been cut by a third. Still, he remains largely in control of the race - and an early frontrunner for the GOP's Presidential nomination in 2016 - because of his ability to shore up the traditional Republican base (white men) while also leaning into the much-coveted Latino demographic.
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