Sullivan: No winners in the latest 'Deflategate' drama

Here we are again, interrupting your regularly scheduled NFL assault on the year-round sports calendar — this week’s upcoming draft — with another round of legal fisticuffs.

Passaic Valley High School's first autism walk raises over $8K

Passaic Valley High School’s outdoor track was transformed into a sea of blue, as participants took part in the “1st Annual Autism Walk” on Sunday. The event was organized to help raise funds to provide support, awareness and activities to the high school’s autism program, which is in its first year.

Oyster farms, shorebird vie for space on NJ bay beaches

Oyster farming is the kind of business an environmentalist should love: it doesn’t use harmful chemicals or deplete natural resources, and the locally grown shellfish actually help clean the water.

New study emphasizes the benefits of exercise in surviving prostate cancer

Exercise before and after diagnosis could be a powerful tool in the fight against prostate cancer

New study adds to growing body of research touting the benefits of high-fat dairy

Skim and low-fat dairy products may not be as healthful as once thought, research suggests

Ortinai reports higher earnings

Oritani Financial Corp. reported Monday a slightly higher profit for its most recent quarter, compared to the January-through March period of 2015 on lower expenses due mainly to an unusual $800,000 expense recorded in the year-ago quarter related to an early pay-off of bank debt.

Keep it, scrap it or cook it: What to do with old food

Here’s a primer along with some simple ways to keep food waste to a minimum.

Volkswagen Hires Kenneth Feinberg To Set Payments For U.S. Diesel Owners

Volkswagen still won’t publicly discuss a timeline for initiating recall repairs of U.S. diesel cars equipped with “defeat device” software. But it is beginning the process of compensating their often angry and frustrated owners. In a statement released …

New Volkswagen Union Already Filing Charges Against Automaker

The United Auto Workers (UAW) filed a federal complaint Monday against Volkswagen for refusing to bargain less than a month after it organized a subgroup of workers at the Chattanooga, Tenn., plant. Local 42 of the union organized the subgroup of 164 …

TTAC News Round-up: Volkswagen Has A Better Slogan and Attitude, BMW Has Less Money, And Honda’s Bringing All The Turbos

Volkswagen’s simple, effective and direct slogan “Das Auto” ist kaput after about a decade of ruining our logic and grammar. That, and BMW gets spanked by NHTSA, drive like it’s 2008 and more … after the break. “Das auto” getting the boot As …