A rare earthquake rattled parts of New Jersey and New York several minutes ago, causing buildings to sway in cities, towns, streets and beaches across the region.The epicenter was near Mineral, VA, now to be known as Bush's Fault.
The earthquake was also felt in Virginia and Washington, D.C., according to television news reports.
There were no immediate reports of any injuries or structural damage, but the quake rattled nerves.
Newark City Hall was evacuated shortly before 2 p.m., as the building was shaking.
A Newark spokeswoman said her entire desk was shaking and her doors were moving for several minutes.
Update: Here's video of the White House.