Obama, Senate Democrats Discuss Health Care Site
Senators from President Barack Obama's own party pressed him in person on Wednesday to extend the enrollment deadline for Americans to sign up for health insurance because of the malfunctioning website.
Asbury Park Voters Decide to Change Government
Asbury Park is getting a new form of government.
Election Highlights From Around The Country
New York City's first Democrat mayor in 20 years and the approval of a tax on marjiuana are among highlights from Election Day results from around the country.
ROTC Teacher From Jackson Found Apparently Burned To Death In Kingwood
Authorities say a teacher who ran the Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program at a Kingswood school apparently burned to death.
Gay Rights Bill Clears First Hurdle In Senate
The Senate is moving forward on the first major bill barring workplace discrimination against gays in nearly two decades as Americans' shifting views about homosexuality have significantly changed the political dynamic.
Man Stabbed Outside Seaside Heights Bar
Police are searching for a suspect after a man was stabbed in the abdomen during a fight outside a Seaside Heights bar.
Texans Coach Kubiak Collapses, Taken To Hospital
Texans coach Gary Kubiak was in stable condition after he collapsed leaving the field at halftime of Houston's 27-24 loss to Indianapolis on Sunday night.
Birmingham, Ala., Airport Reopens After Threat
The Birmingham airport reopened Sunday after a threat prompted an investigation by bomb technicians, flight diversions and a two-hour evacuation of hundreds of passengers.
Coast Guard Crew Aids Injured Man In Disabled Boat
The Coast Guard came to the aid of an injured man aboard a disabled boat in waters off Cape May.
Brick Home Catches Fire After Failed Attempt To Remove Moles
Police officers quickly extinguished a Brick house fire that authorities say was sparked by a "pest removal apparatus" the residents were using to eliminate moles.
Mutai, Jeptoo Of Kenya Win Titles At NYC Marathon
More than 47,000 runners are expected to take the starting line today for the 43rd running of the New York City Marathon, a year after the last-minute cancellation of the contest due to Superstorm Sandy.
Slain LAX TSA Officer Remembered As A Family Man
Friends and family remembered slain Transportation Security Administration officer Gerardo I. Hernandez as a family man who constantly smiled at travelers passing through the Los Angeles airport.