Meteorologically, the forecasts didn't miss by much. Just enough to affect the lives of tens of millions of people in one of the nation's densest population corridors.
From airports to hair salons to hotels and bars, the talk Tuesday was about the no-show snow. "Cancellations, people not coming in and people whose kids are home from school, for what?" said Natalie Norton, co-owner of Salon A in Bryn Mawr. "Snow flurries."
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) - A confessed killer told a jury Tuesday he helped a man torture and kill a pharmacist and the pharmacist's girlfriend as part of a plot to rob him of tens of thousands of dollars he had made from illegal drug sales.
Real estate's premier selling season traditionally begins after the Super Bowl. Some local agents will tell you the spring market is already underway.
WASHINGTON - Sen. Robert Menendez (D., N.J.), who has frequently and forcefully clashed with President Obama over Iran policy, gave the administration some breathing room Tuesday.
Drugmaker Pfizer Inc. might grow, or break up, or some combination of both. Chief executive officer Ian Read said Tuesday that Pfizer will keep looking for companies to buy and is taking the next steps to see whether its pieces are worth more than the sum of its parts.
New Jersey's U.S. senators and a congressman have denounced a White House draft proposal that would authorize drilling in the Atlantic Ocean.
A payroll manager for Modern Mushroom Farms, Inc., stole more than $18,000 from the company over the course of several months, police said Tuesday.
Truebright Science Academy Charter School is ramping up its fight to stay open past June. The Olney school in Olney filed a petition in Commonwealth Court on Monday, challenging the Philadelphia School Reform Commission's 2013 decision not to renew Truebright's charter on several grounds, including poor academic performance.