New Jersey fines PointsBet for 3 different types of sports betting violations
The online sports betting company PointsBet committed three different types of violations of New Jersey sports betting laws, according to gambling regulators who fined the company $25,000.
Normal operations return to MGM Resorts 10 days after cyberattack, casino company says
Normal operations are back at all of the casinos and hotels run by MGM Resorts International in the U.S., the company said Wednesday, 10 days after a cyberattack led the company to shut down reservation and credit card processing in an effort to protect its data.
Biden administration announces $600M to produce new at-home COVID tests
The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it is providing $600 million in funding to produce new at-home COVID-19 tests and is restarting a website allowing Americans to again order up to four free tests per household — aiming to prevent possible shortages during a rise in coronavirus cases that has typically come during colder months.
Murphy says that NJ offshore wind project at risk of failing
Offshore wind projects need more federal funding and planning assistance to ensure they get built, the Democratic governors of six northeastern states told the Biden administration, warning that a cornerstone of the climate change fight could be in jeopardy.
United jet to Rome drops 28,000 feet in minutes, returns to Newark, NJ Airport
The flight from Newark to Rome turned around less than an hour into the flight and returned to Newark early Thursday morning.
As NJ ramps up offshore wind power projects, much remains unknown
As the U.S. races to build offshore wind power projects that will transform coastlines, including New Jersey's, much remains unknown about how the facilities could affect the environment
6 protesters arrested as onshore testing work for New Jersey wind farm begins
Police arrested six protesters Tuesday who tried to disrupt the start of land-based testing for New Jersey’s first offshore wind farm.
NJ group’s researchers rescued after a week 3,000 feet below ground
An American researcher was “doing well” at a Turkish hospital, officials said Tuesday, after rescuers pulled him out of a cave where he fell seriously ill and became trapped more than 3,000 feet below its entrance for over a week.
NJ failed vets in state-run homes hit by COVID-19 deaths, feds say
The 43-page document paints a disturbing picture of failures at the veterans homes in Menlo Park and Paramus where dozens of deaths occurred early in the COVID-19 outbreak.
Trump surrenders at Atlanta jail on charges he tried to overturn his 2020 election loss
Former President Donald Trump surrendered Thursday on charges that he illegally schemed to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia, a brisk 20-minute booking that yielded a historic first: a mug shot of a U.S. ex-president.
Dramatic video: NYC construction crane crashes into building, street
A fire on a tall construction crane in Manhattan caused its arm to hit a building as it crashed to the street below Wednesday morning.
NJ Navy SEAL’s death investigation finds training plagued by problems
An investigation spurred by the death of Kyle Mullen found the training program for Navy SEALs is plagued by widespread failures in medical care and poor oversight.