"He simply opens his huge mouth as a display to warn anything looking to hurt him," herpetologist and Garden State Tortoise founder Chris Leone told Newsweek.
States like California and Idaho are sending out direct payments to help their residents cope with rising costs.
The teen explained his alleged motive to target synagogues, stating that it is based on "hatred towards Jews and their heinous acts."
"People don't really care where I'm from. They care what I stand for," Oz insisted earlier in the campaign cycle.
Jersey City Councilor DeGise has resisted calls to resign over the July crash.
"I am in touch with local authorities and the State is providing resources as requested," New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy tweeted on Tuesday.
The longtime New Jersey resident said there won't be a GOP senator between North Carolina and Maine "on the Atlantic coast" if he doesn't win the race.
"He went to high school in Delaware," Biden said of Oz at a Philadelphia fundraiser. "But Delaware was smart enough to send him to New Jersey."
Herpetologist Graham Alexander told Newsweek that American garter snakes are harmless and passengers got "worked up over nothing."
Two Democratic incumbents in purple districts and another in a conservative district could lose their seats to their Republican opponents, projections show.
"She applied for a job as a security guard," a detective for the Hudson County Sheriff's Office told Newsweek.
After having a full can thrown at her head on stage, stand-up comedian Ariel Elias spoke to Newsweek about the now-viral incident.
Peter Myers, 68, was last seen in the summer, according to police.
"At that moment, it was like my mother was dying again," Murphy Andrew Murphy told Newsweek. "No one should ever have to feel what I felt."
The three men also face criminal charges from the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Jersey for "conspiracy to commit securities fraud" and "securities fraud."
"This has been 16 months that the Department of Justice has been saying please, asking nicely," Christie said, adding officials had to "go in and take them."
Republican Zeldin has managed to reduce New York Governor Kathy Hochul's lead to 4 percent in a recent poll, having been 21 points behind in August.
To North Americans, it's about paying tribute to the struggle of workers, as well as marking the end of the summer and the beginning of fall.
"Wait, wait, wait. Let's not pass judgment until we see it run," joked one commenter on the now viral image.
Supporters of quadratic voting say the system recognizes individuals that are differentially engaged and informed on issues.
Police in New Jersey are carrying out an investigation into the 2-year-old girl's death.
One woman reported it had felt like the roller coaster had "hit a pothole."
"We do not need competitions in NJ that are bankrolled by repressive governments in a shameful 'sports-washing' endeavor," state Senator Andrew Zwicker said.
The actress had to work to support her family who had been left homeless after getting kicked out of their home.
The "RHONY" alum compared the "RHONJ" star's hair to a scene from "Zootopia."
Donald Trump's critics accused him of burying his ex-wife at his golf course to enjoy the tax breaks, but the story is not that simple.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the crowd at the Bedminster, New Jersey, event "wasn't exactly supercharged."
Newsmax's John Bachman said the former president looks "more powerful playing golf" than Biden does delivering speeches.
9/11 Justice, a group comprised of family members of 9/11 victims, protested the Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf tournament at Donald Trump's New Jersey golf club.
Families of 9/11 victims have criticized Donald Trump for agreeing to hold a Saudi-funded event at one of his golf clubs.