"The behavior depicted in the video, which involved a FedEx employee, is appalling and offensive," read a statement from FedEx sent to Newsweek on Tuesday.
Several men in New Jersey mocked anti-police brutality protesters by re-enacting the death of George Floyd, who was killed when several Minneapolis police officers pressed their knees into his neck and back on May 25.
Maurice Gordon was shot by police on May 23 after his car became disabled during a routine traffic stop on the Garden State Parkway in New Jersey.
The city of Camden disbanded its entire police department in 2013 and replaced it with a new force covering Camden County.
"We feel [Trump's] guidance is poorly considered, wrong and dangerous," three religious leaders penned in an op-ed Thursday.
New Jersey Judge John Russo Jr. allegedly violated the Code of Judicial Conduct four times over including for personal meddling in judicial matters.
Law enforcement in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and New Jersey have been searching for the 23-year-old suspect since Friday.
"I understand that a lot of people don't understand why it is so important to us, but as believers, we assemble together and these people have discouragement and depression and problems, including economic problems. They want to be with their pastors," Solid Rock Baptist Church Pastor Charles Clark said.
An armed and dangerous student is still at large after leaving a suspected trail of murder, robbery, abduction and car theft in his wake.
The battle over in-person church services within the country is the latest public opinion divide amid the pandemic.
The lawsuit alleges that Kamil Warraich was called racial slurs, passed over for promotions in favor of his white colleagues, and was wrongfully fired.
The letter signed by the pastors stated that the United States Constitution, as well as the New Jersey Constitution, guarantees their right to freely practice their religion.
The 400-pound fish was caught in New Jersey waters on May 16, 2020. Ocean County Sheriff 911 have shared photos of the fisher with his giant catch.
The Boss will join Boston's finest remotely for the first performance in an empty Fenway Park, where both artists will trade off songs.
Atilis Gym co-owner Frank Trumbetti, whose mother has been hospitalized with COVID-19, said he should be allowed to reopen the facility.
Governor Phil Murphy has not given New Jersey's personal care service facilities, like hair salons, a timeline to reopen.
"We have received thousands and thousands of complaints from New Jerseyans who feel that they have been taken advantage," New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal warned.
The reopening will come with restrictions, including limiting the number of people on the beach.
"Jeff Bezos is expected to become the 1st trillionaire as he consolidates the retail market during coronavirus," Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman tweeted.
While they're all working together, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the states will likely have different solutions.
Nonessential retail employees and construction workers will be permitted to return to work under new guidelines that take effect May 18.
State bankruptcy should be a legally viable option.
New Jersey's Homeland Security Department issued an alert warning residents about a falsified government press release saying New Yorkers were banned from the state.
The former New Jersey governor told CNN that he also wanted people to keep wearing protective equipment when the country was reopened.
The rise brought the total number of deaths to more than 66,000, while confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, surpassed 1.1 million.
Between March 27 and April 1, prosecutors say, seven to eight cases of N-95 respirators were stolen from a Prudential Financial office.
The public will not be allowed to picnic in the parks, or bring along chairs, blankets or coolers with them.
The state is the nation's second-highest in terms of newly confirmed coronavirus cases, just behind its neighbor New York.
The first daughter donated 800 meals to a New Jersey hospital to help feed health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus response.
Eighty percent of the nation's fatalities have been confirmed in 10 hard-hit states.