FAO Schwarz is back! Big news for toy lovers
A new FAO opened Friday in Manhattan's Rockefeller Center, about 10 blocks from its former home near Central Park.
Weight Watchers changing name to ‘WW’ with new focus on wellness
With its re-branding the company said it will shift focus away from dieting, offering rewards for tracking meals and exercise.
Jersey City mayor vows criminal charges against cops who kicked man on fire
The video obtained by Univision shows police kicking at a man and dragging him into the roadway in the moments after the crash at about 11 p.m. Sunday.
Naked man stops Lincoln Tunnel traffic to masturbate, cops say
Authorities say a man high on drugs stopped his van in the middle of the Lincoln Tunnel to masturbate.
Inside ex-Fox News chief’s NJ home he’s trying to unload for $1.65M
Former Fox News chief Roger Ailes is trying to sell his New Jersey home, and is asking for less than he paid for it.
NJ Weedman held without bail after outing ‘informant’ on Facebook
The charges against Forchion stem from a raid narcotics officers executed at his Trenton eatery, NJ Weedman's Joint.
Christie’s new $35.5B budget doesn’t include school funding reform
Christie unveiled the proposal before the Democrat-led Legislature in his final address as governor outlining the state's spending blueprint.
Some Sandy-hit towns in NJ could recover as much as $1M
Christie said Friday at the East Dover Fire Company in Toms River that towns in nine New Jersey counties could apply for funds.
Bear attacks Boy Scout leader in Rockaway; 3 Scouts unharmed
Officials say a Boy Scout leader was injured during an encounter with a bear in northern New Jersey, but three Scouts with him were unharmed.
Source names 1 suspect in California shooting
Police chief says one male and one female suspect are dead after mass shooting in Southern California.
3 people dead, including 1 cop, after Planned Parenthood rampage
A gunman was arrested Friday hours after opening fire at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic, wounding multiple people and engaging in gun battles with police inside the building.
PHOTOS: Hundreds of thousands on pilgrimage to see Pope in Philly
Hundreds of thousands of Roman Catholics are making the pilgrimage to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis. These are just some of their stories.