Facebook upholds suspension of Trump — but not forever
Former President Donald Trump won’t return to Facebook — for now.
Sense of relief but hesitant to celebrate: NJ residents react to Chauvin verdict
When the verdicts came in — guilty, guilty and guilty — a sense of relief, of accountability served and crisis at least temporarily averted, was palpable across the United States.
‘Human error’ ruins 15 million Johnson & Johnson vaccines, report says
The drugmaker confirmed that one facility making an ingredient had failed a quality check, while the New York Times reports that a worker mistake cost several million doses.
Biden administration cancels $10M in student debt for NJ residents
reversal of a Trump administration policy on predatory for-profit-schools means that hundreds of New Jersey residents will get millions in dollars in student loans forgiven.
First lady Jill Biden visits Burlington, NJ school — with only 2 students in a class
First lady Jill Biden toured a school in Burlington City on Monday as part of an effort by her husband's administration to highlight the benefits of his huge COVID relief plan.
Legal weed in NJ: Gov Murphy signs updated marijuana legislation
After months of delays, the governor signed legislation Monday that allows a recreational marijuana marketplace, while also decriminalizing cannabis.
Johnson & Johnson finishes one-shot vaccine, but not as effective
Johnson & Johnson’s long-awaited vaccine appears to protect against COVID-19 with just one shot – not as strong as some two-shot rivals but still potentially helpful for a world in dire need of more doses.
NJ ready to start distributing COVID-19 vaccine next week
Doses of the COVID-19 vaccine could become available in New Jersey as soon as early next week state Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said Friday.
Good news: No new toll hikes on bridges to Philly
Motorists who cross the Delaware River between New Jersey and Pennsylvania will have some extra money in their pockets.
All NJ police will wear body cameras — Murphy makes it official
New Jersey joins five other states requiring law enforcement to wear the cameras, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.