What might it look like if current New Jersey Governor Chris Christie became President Chris Christie? The Republican's name has been tossed about by political observers as a possible candidate in 2016.
Yesterday's 12-12-12 benefit concert for Hurricane Sandy relief raised over $30 million dollars, but it wasn't all good. We're still cringing for Bobby Moynihan's awkward appearance as his 'SNL' character "Drunk Uncle," for example.
Do you realize that on 12/12/12 it will be the last repetitive date we'll see in our lifetime? At least we'll have an awesome concert and a great cause to commemorate the event. What a line up of artists who have agreed to participate in the upcoming 12-12-12 (A Concert For Sandy Relief) at New York…
Having your house surrounded by water because of a flood is usually a good enough reason to stay home from work, but not this time. Marsha Hedgepeth works as a technician in an emergency room. So when Hurricane Sandy put her Toms River, New Jersey, neighborhood under 10 feet of water, she knew she ha…
When NJ Governor Chris Christie said that clean up from Hurricane Sandy will take months and months, he was right on. It's heart warming to see the donations pouring in to the red-cross to restore the shore and now, the stars plan on shining on December 12th.
Phillip Phillips, Gym Class Heroes and many more celebrities joined forces on Nov. 15 for MTV's live Restore the Shore benefit to raise money for the coastal towns of New Jersey, which were ravaged by Hurricane Sandy.
After every natural disaster there are moments that inspire. This is one of them. It looks like a yard sale in front of this home in Union Beach, New Jersey. But the catch - it's all free. A sign tells passersby "Take What You Need."
We've all been concerned about the devastation and recovery efforts from Hurricane Sandy two weeks ago. Now, a special Nova documentary will be broadcast on PBS and aired locally on WCNY-TV, Sunday, November 18th.
How ironic, someone from another state wins your state lottery when you can use the money the most. According to ABC News, John Turner who runs National Catastrophe Solutions of Chicago, a local water removal business, was just trying to help clean up areas of his hometown when he hit it big-time.