• Bed Bath & Beyond Says It Will Be Closing 150 More Stores

    NEW YORK (AP) — Bed Bath & Beyond says it will be shuttering 150 more stores as the beleaguered home goods chain to cut costs as it works to stave off a bankruptcy. The news came as the chain has

  • Bruce Springsteen Fan Publication Shutting Down After 43 Years

    NEW YORK (AP) — A fan publication devoted to Bruce Springsteen says it is shutting down after 43 years, with its publisher saying he’s been disillusioned by the talk about ticket prices for their hero’s current tour.

  • FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried Will Be In A New York Courtroom Thursday

    NEW YORK (AP) — FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried will be in a New York courtroom Thursday for a bail-related hearing despite his lawyers claims that they’ve settled their differences with prosecutors. Manhattan federal Judge Lewis A. Kaplan

  • Off Duty NYPD Officer Dies After Being Shot in Botched Robbery

    NEW YORK (AP) — An off-duty New York City police officer who was shot in the head during a botched robbery has died, while officials say the suspected shooter is now charged with murder. Police Commissioner Keechant

  • NJ Freight Company Sending Help To Turkey

    (New York, NY) – A New Jersey freight company is gathering donations and racing to get them to Turkey following the devastating earthquake that’s claimed thousands of lives. PORTX, located in Carlstadt, has been collecting things like

  • The Pink Pigeon Has Passed, What About the Owl?

    (New York, NY) - For most people, having a warm place to sleep and enough food to eat would be an attractive proposition. But in New York City, that's for the birds. A Eurasian eagle owl named Fa

  • Sportsbook’s Expecting Record Shattering Numbers for Super Bowl

    The sports betting industry has been on an unprecedented rise and Super Bowl 57 will be no different. Over 50 million U.S. adults are expected to bet on the Super Bowl, nearly 20 percent of the country’s

  • Should These Books Be Removed From Libraries?

    In Essex County, New Jersey, a debate over library books has gripped the town of Glen Ridge. Not unlike other spots across the country, there’s disagreement amongst parents as to what reading materials are appropriate for children

  • NJ charges Paterson officer who shot, wounded fleeing person

    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey’s top law enforcement official brought criminal charges Monday against a police officer he said shot a fleeing person in the back, wounding him severely. Attorney General Matthew Platkin said the state

  • Group: 1-in-5 US adults will bet on this year's Super Bowl

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The gambling industry’s national trade group predicts that 1-in-5 American adults will make a bet on Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs. The American Gaming Association says

  • Lucky player in Washington wins Top $754.6M Powerball prize

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Someone in Washington state overcame steep odds to win a $754.6 million Powerball jackpot. The winning numbers Monday night were 05, 11, 22, 23, 69 and the Powerball 07. A ticket sold

  • Who Are the SOTU stars?

    Rock star Bono, the 26-year-old who disarmed a gunman in last month’s Monterey Park, California, shooting, and the family of Tyre Nichols will be among the featured guests sitting alongside first lady Jill Biden at Tuesday’s State