The 71-year-old singer was cited for driving while intoxicated, despite the fact that he reportedly had a 0.02 blood-alcohol content.
Transit advocates say surveillance technology will decrease ridership while providing little benefit.
Politicians have long used earmarks for police budgets as a way to make legalization more digestible to opponents. New Jersey's attempt to legalize in 2020 shows that is no longer working.
With at least 229 prisoners and 12 staffers currently infected, Fort Dix has the most severe outbreak in the federal Bureau of Prisons.
One woman recounts swimming upstream against an irregular work schedule and uncaring bosses while doing laundry for the elderly amid COVID-19.
And other stories of police letting "courtesy card" carriers go after they've broken the law.
Maurice Gordon’s family members have been saying for days that they’ve been deprived of information.
Protesters also lined up outside Blackstone and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mansion.
It’s a “massive burden shift from multi-billion dollar gig companies to taxpayers and workers.”
Comedian Vic DiBitetto has gone viral for a wild, curse-filled rant against banks and the government. But he insists he's not into politics.
In the last week of March, Florida answered just 1 percent of the phone calls it received from newly-unemployed people desperate to file claims.
The state's 40 year-old systems use COBOL and are struggling with an unprecedented number of unemployment applications.