Less than two months after the email exchange, on March 11, a FlyNYON flight splashed in the East River after losing power and quickly rolled over, trapping its pilot and five passengers upside down in the frigid water. The passengers were outfitted with some of the equipment that the pilots had raised concerns about —Read More
New Jersey State Senator Jeff Van Drew wants to run for Congress as a Democrat; he visited 17-year-old Emily McGrath’s school, Egg Harbor Township High, where McGrath questioned him about whether he’d taken money from the NRA; Van Drew said he hadn’t, and he was lying.
Emily McGrath, 17, and Donna Challender of TuckertonRead More
In the department of “You can’t make this stuff up,” the president’s second son, Eric, blew out the candles of his 34th birthday cake — a Carvel “Fudgie the Whale” ice cream cake, no less — on Saturday. Watch this video posted on Facebook by Lynne Patton for proof. He’s the one wearing a giantRead More
“The game has changed,” said Stephen M. Sweeney, the Democratic president of New Jersey’s Senate. “They’ve completely turned the tables against us.” In particular, officials in the high-tax states object to the law’s $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions, which were previously unlimited. That provision will be particularly painful for residents of statesRead More
The governor had promised to veto key aspects of any budget unless lawmakers also passed a bill giving the state significant control over Horizon. Last week, the State Senate, led by Mr. Christie’s ally Stephen M. Sweeney, passed such a bill. But Vincent Prieto, speaker of the State Assembly, had refused to go along. PhotoRead More