Watch Live

Business & Economy

Massive Rally Shows Union Support for Striking Verizon Workers; Management Unimpressed

Union members from around New Jersey and politicians gathered at the State House to rally against Verizon. The company hasn't scheduled any talks since workers went on strike two weeks ago.

Yankee Fans with Comcast Can’t Watch Games

It’s been five months and 17 games since the YES Network -- the cable channel dedicated to all things Yankees -- went dark for Comcast customers. The network and cable provider are involved in a dispute over money.

Orthodox Jews Arrive in Jersey City Neighborhood, Raising Hopes and Fears

More Orthodox Jews have been moving to Jersey City to take advantage of the real estate market there. But not everyone is happy with the new members of the community.

Recognizing the Importance of Living Wills

A living will is an important document for making health care wishes known and ensure they are carried out.

High Schoolers Teach Elementary School Students Financial Literacy

Junior Achievement of New Jersey trains high school students to teach financial literacy to their younger peers in elementary school.

Senate Committee Hears About AC’s Financial Woes

The Senate Appropriations Committee heard from Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Charles Richman about how Atlantic City's financial situation came to be.

Prieto, Sweeney Discuss AC’s Future with No Agreement

Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto and Senate President Steve Sweeney are still at odds over Atlantic City's future. The two met without coming to any agreement.

Mayor Guardian Discusses Atlantic City’s Progress

Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian discusses the current state of Atlantic City as officials work to save its economy.

Lawmakers Question State Education Spending

The Christie administration has proposed increasing school spending by $548 million for next year, but Democrats accused the state of poorly running the Paterson schools for decades.

ELEC Exec. Dir.: Three Ballot Questions Will Drive Up Special Interest Spending

Election Law Enforcement Commission Executive Director Jeff Brindle expects special interest groups to spend $80 million to $100 million to push their opinions on three ballot questions ahead of the November election.