New Jersey is a northeastern US state with some 130 miles of Atlantic coast
US district judge Esther Salas' 20-yr-old son shot dead by gunman in New Jersey; husband critically injured
Salas was in the basement at the time of the attack and hasn't been injured. The shooter, who posed as a FedEX agent, has not yet been apprehended.
Three members of Indian-origin family, including 8-year-old girl, found dead in backyard pool in New Jersey
Three Indian-origin family members, including an 8-year-old girl, have been found dead in the backyard pool of their recently purchased home in New Jersey, police said.
Living under lockdown in US, some Indians grapple with existential questions, others seek solace in helping neighbours
Support isn't entirely about oneself, but also the ability to help others and positively impact one's friends and the folks around, says Srikrishna Tharuvai, an IT employee who has been living under lockdown in New Jersey, US
Donald Trump says Americans should wear face masks to combat coronavirus, but 'don't think I'm gonna do it'
President Donald Trump has recommended Americans to cover their faces with scarves or homemade cloth masks while going outside to curb the spread of the coronavirus though he would not wear one himself.
Dr Anthony Fauci, key member of White House's coronavirus task force, gets featured on cupcakes, apparel, candles
As the United States battles the coronavirus outbreak, Dr Anthony Fauci, a key member of the White House coronavirus task force, has found his way into the households of Americans
Coronavirus Outbreak: New York state surpasses 1,000 COVID-19 deaths in less than a month after first known infection
The total number of New York state deaths isn't expected to be released until Monday, but with at least 250 additional deaths recorded outside the city as of Sunday morning, state's total fatalities was at least 1,026
Coronavirus Outbreak: Donald Trump extends US social distancing guidelines till 30 April as govt expert predicts over 100,000 deaths
Bracing the nation for a death toll that could exceed 100,000 people, President Donald Trump on Sunday extended restrictive social distancing guidelines through April
'Not eatable': Twitter on fire after US store stacks cow-dung cakes for sale, advises customers to restrict usage for 'religious purposes' only
In a Twitter post, an Indian journalist on Monday shared a picture of cow-dung cakes being sold in a US store for Rs. 215. The post sparked a varied of hilarious and witty responses from users.
Bruce Springsteen and Aristotle: Exploring two lives well lived through the lens of virtues, friendships
More than anyone else, MacIntyre has revived the idea that good lives require virtues that were central to Aristotle: wisdom, self-control, justice and courage – as well as the Christian virtues of faith, hope and charity
New Jersey Labor Day parade cancelled after 'destructive devices' found near procession route; one arrested on suspicion
Authorities cancelled a New Jersey Labor Day parade that the governor was supposed to attend on Monday because 'destructive devices' were found near the parade route.
Donald Trump meets security advisers to discuss Afghanistan; White House says negotiations with Taliban on
Donald Trump was briefed by top national security advisers on the status of negotiations with the Taliban on a US troop pullout from Afghanistan.
North Korea on Saturday fired what appeared to be two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea
2020 Democratic presidential contenders urge Congress to act on gun control after Texas and Ohio shootings
'We are going to make change. We are going to pass gun safety laws in this country', said US Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts
US storm dumps snow and rain on East Coast and Midwest states, snarls travel, closes schools across country
A sprawling storm dumped several inches of snow from the Midwest to the East Coast and deluged the South with rain Wednesday as it closed schools, snarled air travel and littered highways with crashes.
16 US states sue Donald Trump for declaring national emergency to fund border wall, claim move violates Constitution
Sixteen US states sued US president Donald Trump's administration on Monday over his decision to declare a national emergency to fund a wall on the southern border with Mexico, saying the move violated the constitution.
Indian-American man, girlfriend arrested for plotting wife's murder; hired hitman turned out to be undercover cop
An Indian-American man and his girlfriend have been arrested for hatching a conspiracy to hire a hitman to kill the former's estranged wife
Cory Booker announces US presidential bid; New Jersey Democratic Senator advocate of criminal justice reform
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, while announcing his presidential bid, highlighted his roots in a racially divided urban America and evoked the civil rights movement in describing his own barrier-busting experience.
Facebook is having “productive conversations” with attorneys general from a number of states.
Polar vortex makes US cities colder than South Pole; 22 states record sub zero temperatures, whiteout conditions
At least 22 states recorded sub-zero temperatures Wednesday and 139 million people in the U.S. who were under a wind chill advisory or wind chill warning as of midday Wednesday, according to information from the National Weather Service.