70 percent of New Jersey respondents believe the former governor would not make a good president if he decides to run for office, according to a new poll.
"If we're telling governors to follow the CDC guidelines when Donald Trump is president of the United States, shouldn't they follow the CDC science when Joe Biden is president of the United States?"
The New Jersey officer has been suspended from his unit without pay pending an investigation.
The New Jersey Forest Fire Service said wildfires burned nearly 4,800 acres of land last year and that its crews had responded to 1,000 blazes.
The bill was introduced by Democrats Nicholas Scutari and Joseph Cryan in the New Jersey state legislature.
A university's science wing has become a turtle sanctuary after hundreds of hatchlings were rescued from storm drains.
The two-month-old has been safely found, according to New Jersey State Police.
Sara Erwin was fired from the Hopewell Township Police Department, while another officer who reacted to her post was suspended and demoted.
Erin Pein's mission is to encourage other parents to stand up for their kids and call out against masks, which she claims are harmful and useless.
The teacher is accused of singling out Black students during outbursts apparently caught on video.
The school district that employs Michael Smurro said it was investigating the incident at a restaurant in New Jersey.
A middle school administrator was caught in a viral video harassing people in a restaurant as his wife complained about a transgender woman using the restroom.
The former MMA fighter's apparent lack of remorse for storming the Capitol also influenced the judge's decision.
"I'm embarrassed about how it was all handled," one New Jersey State Trooper told Newsweek, expressing frustration with both the current and prior cases linked to Ian Schweizer.
"Thank God for the media, serving as the proper watchdog of public officials," news commentator and radio host Roland Martin told Newsweek, "but you should have checks and balances in the system, to where it doesn't require a story or a series of stories to be done to expose wrongdoing."
A group of Black and Latino teens riding their bikes recorded a recent interaction with their local police who claimed they needed a "license" to ride their bikes.
69-year-old Jack Gotfried was killed when a man who had stopped by his house to pick up free furniture ran him over.
The device was discovered in Wharton State Forest and consisted of a headphone wire connecting a block of wood and a can of soup.
Suspect David Siversten told an officer who would go on to arrest him over the alleged assault: "You got me."
Some COVID-19 restrictions, including mask mandates, were gradually eased from 2020 as well as in recent months this year.
Al-Tarrek Bell, from Skinnersville, North Carolina, was killed after someone opened fire in an apartment parking lot on March 27 while he was visiting his girlfriend's family in Edgewater Park, New Jersey.
"Sounds like a scene out of 'The Sopranos' and not something the acting superintendent of the New Jersey State Police should be doing," one state official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told Newsweek.
William T. Lavell, who teaches chemistry at Camden County College, filed a lawsuit claiming he is paid $50,000 less annually than Black professors.
After months of false starts and conflict between teachers unions and public school districts across the country, parents from at least 15 New Jersey municipalities are organizing to file federal lawsuits to reopen schools.
The orange and white tabby was "very shy and scared" after being turned into the shelter. But thanks to a microchip, the story had a happy ending.
The comments left on the 12-year-old girl's TikTok video included "White lives matter", "TRUMP 2020," "pick my cotton I need some more" and "I AM A PROUD MEMBER ON THE KKK".
The police report said Ballance was "behaving in an erratic and tumultuous manner." Authorities arrested her after she refused to follow police commands to stop yelling at the Black women.
The gym owner's plan—which is a response to Krispy Kreme's policy of giving doughnuts away to vaccinated folks—didn't go over well on Twitter.
"Proof of vaccination will be required for all students planning to attend this fall. Any vaccine authorized for use in the U.S. (currently Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson) is acceptable," Rutgers announced in a letter.
The K9 violently shook the other animal for 30 seconds before it was rescued by its owner and taken to the vet.