"Jersey Shore" performer Deena Cortese has been banned from the premises of New Jersey bar Spicy Cantina & Mexican Grill for two years after an incident occurred at the bar in June.
Asian shares rose to a four-month high Friday while the dollar remained weak against other major currencies after the U.S. Federal Reserve announced an aggressive new stimulus to drive job creation in the U.S. economy.
The pink gloves worn by youth football player Julian Connerton ignited controversy after his coach benched him for wearing the accessories, which the 12-year-old donned to support his mother's breast cancer battle.
Deena Cortese, the self-described "blast in a glass" cast member on "Jersey Shore," will have to take the party elsewhere after a Seaside Heights restaurant banned her from their premises for two years following her drunken antics.
$9.99-a-gallon gas sounds like something out of an apocalyptic movie, not a realistic price to see at a gas station in New Jersey or Pennsylvania. But on Wednesday, Lukoil franchise owners across the two states posted prices that high in protest to what they say are the much higher prices Lukoil charges for fuel than its competitors, which franchisees then have to pass onto their customers in the form of higher gas prices which make their stations less competitive.
Erica DePalo, the former "Teacher of the Year" in New Jersey accused of having sex with a 15-year-old honors student, has pleaded not guilty to sex assault charges during her arraignment Wednesday.
Gas prices hit $8 a gallon at some Lukoil stations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania as part of a protest by franchisees who say the Russian-based oil company's policies damage their ability to compete.
Damages in a lawsuit filed against American Airlines (PINK:AAMRQ), United Airlines (NYSE:UAL) and other companies in connection to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks could total upward of $2.8 billion.
The New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that the budgetary row that caused the delay in the opening of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center has been resolved and the construction of the museum will resume soon.
In 1974, when the towers were brand new, a young French street artist took New York by storm when he walked on a wire between them. Today he reminisces on that feat, talks about his myriad projects, and explains why One World Trade Center just isn't the same thing.
Hours before the 11th anniversary of the destruction of the World Trade Center, the dispute that has virtually stalled construction on the 9-11 museum was resolved, officials said Monday evening.
This Tuesday marks 11 years since the attack that destroyed the original World Trade Center in New York City. In the time since that horrific day, a new multibillion-dollar World Trade Center, led by the rising 1 WTC tower, is dominating the Lower Manhattan skyline.
Originally viewed in the 1970s as a project that added too much office space to Lower Manhattan, the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center became a symbol not only for New York, but for the United States, for capitalism, for the cosmopolitan / urban life, for modernity itself.
Toys ''R'' Us is introducing a tablet for children, and the new product will not be available online. The Tabeo, as the new tablet is called, can be pre-ordered over the Internet but it is only available in Toys "R" Us stores.
Reality television just keeps getting classier and classier. Just when "Jersey Shore" and "Real Housewives of New Jersey" make it seem like the art form was at the absolute bottom -- or top, depending on one's opinion -- Demi Lovato of "The X Factor" spit into fellow judge Simon Cowell's hand.
The construction of the long-awaited museum at ground zero meant to honor victims of September 11 will not be completed for the upcoming anniversary of the terrorist attack because of a political argument between New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and state Governor Andrew Cuomo, according to the New York Times. The museum opening by 9/11 in 2013 is also in doubt.