Malaysia: Plane’s Disappearance Deliberate
The Malaysian jetliner missing for more than a week had its communications deliberately disabled and its last signal came about 7 1/2 hours after takeoff, meaning it could have ended up as far as Kazakhstan or into the southern reaches of the Indian Ocean, Malaysia's leader said Saturday.
FDIC Sues 16 Banks That Set Key Rate
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has sued 16 big banks that set a key global interest rate, accusing them of fraud and conspiring to keep the rate low to denrich themselves.
What Happened to the Missing Plane’s Transponder?
As the search continues for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight, a key unanswered question is what happened to the Boeing 777's transponder.
Widow of NJ Mall Carjacking Victim Files Suit
The widow of an attorney who was fatally shot during a carjacking at The Mall at Short Hills is suing the mall owners and a first aid squad.
NJ Officials: Jail Death Was From Natural Causes
Authorities in New Jersey say natural causes are to blame for the death of a man in the Burlington County Jail last month.
Jersey Shore Residents Hail Flood Insurance Bill
Sue Suebelka, who had little fish swimming among the shelves of her new refrigerator, won't have to pay quite as much for flood insurance.
One Theory: Missing Plane Was Diverted
A U.S. official says investigators are examining the possibility that someone caused the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines jet with 239 people on board, and that it may have been "an act of piracy."
Sandy Victims Must Pay Rent at Ft. Monmouth
Fifty-seven families displaced by Superstorm Sandy still living at Fort Monmouth will be able to stay for the summer, but they'll have to start paying rent.
Senators Strike Bipartisan Jobless Benefits Deal
Chalk up one partisan election-year battle that senators seem likely to resolve when they return from recess later this month — the fight over renewing expired benefits for the long-term unemployed.
Rescuers Continue Searching Rubble from Harlem Blast
Using sound devices to probe for voices and telescopic cameras to peer into small spaces, workers searching a pile of rubble from a gas explosion in New York City continued to treat it as a rescue operation, holding onto the possibility of finding survivors from a blast that brought down two apartme…