A former Rutgers University student did not show remorse for using a webcam to spy on his roommate kissing another man and should be sent to prison, prosecutors said in court filings Thursday.
The California Supreme Court has cleared the way for convicted serial killer Rodney Alcala to be extradited to New York City to face charges in two 1970s killings here.
Hairstylist Vidal Sassoon, who undid the beehive with his wash-and-wear cuts and went on to become an international name in hair care, died Wednesday. He was 84.
New Jersey owed nearly $34 billion at the end of the 2011 fiscal year, more than the $32 billion in anticipated state revenues in the coming fiscal year.
Son of Sam serial killer David Berkowitz has been denied parole by New York authorities for the sixth time.
The long-delayed expansion of New York's Penn Station is set to begin.
Maurice Sendak, the children's book author and illustrator who saw the sometimes-dark side of childhood in books like "Where the Wild Things Are" and "In the Night Kitchen," died early Tuesday. He was 83.
Democratic lawmakers and Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy have reached an agreement on a revised state budget for the new fiscal year that begins on July 1.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed better protections for about a million New Yorkers with disabilities and special needs under state-funded care through a new agency with authority to monitor the system and investigate and prosecute abuse claims.
A former police officer who grabbed a schoolteacher off the street and sexually attacked her was sentenced Monday to at least 75 years in prison after being convicted of high-level sex charges, though a jury couldn't decide whether he was guilty of rape.
Vogue magazine, perhaps the world's top arbiter of style, is making a statement about its own models: Too young and too thin is no longer in.
Facebook, the company that turned the social Web into a cultural and business phenomenon, is worth as much as $95 billion, according to the price range for its upcoming initial public offering of stock.
A former investment manager known as Wall Street's "bad boy" has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
The former New York Senate majority leader faces new federal fraud charges after his earlier convictions were overturned last year.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg is lobbying for Rutgers University to maintain its presence in Camden.
Mick Jagger will test his comic chops later this month as host of the "Saturday Night Live" season finale.
A man accused of shoving a city police officer off a stoop to his death during a domestic violence arrest last year was convicted Wednesday of manslaughter.
New York's Transportation Department says it's addressing some safety concerns on a stretch of highway where an accident killed seven people.
A New Jersey mom is accused of taking her 5-year-old daughter into a stand-up tanning booth, and authorities say the girl suffered burns.
On a swift, secretive trip to the war zone, President Barack Obama declared Tuesday night that after years of sacrifice the U.S. combat role in Afghanistan is winding down just as it has already ended in Iraq. "We can see the light of a new day on the horizon," he said on the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death and in the midst of his own re-election campaign.