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Hillary Clinton Rallies Support at Rutgers-Newark

Less than a week before the New Jersey primary, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a campaign rally at Rutgers-Newark with support from Sen. Cory Booker, Congressman Donald Payne and state Sen. Teresa Ruiz.

Trump Trashes Press, Details Contributions to Vets

During a press conference detailing his contributions to veterans, Republican the presidential candidate Donald Trump blasted the media.

Senate President on AC Deal, TTF and Possible Gubernatorial Run

Senate President Steve Sweeney spoke with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron about the deal reached in Atlantic City, funding the Transportation Trust Fund and if he's considering running for governor in 2017.

Should Taxpayer Dollars Go to Religious Schools?

New Jersey’s ACLU challenged grants a yeshiva and a seminary received from the state’s Department of Higher Education arguing the state constitution bars such financial assistance.

Maplewood Bans Commercial Leaf Blowers

From June through August, Maplewood is banning commercial leaf blowers after residents complained about the noise. Landscapers say the ban is unfairly directed at their businesses.

After Atlantic City Drama, All Sides Eager to Move On

Following agreement on an Atlantic City rescue bill, questions have been raised about the impact it had on the men responsible for the compromise.

Democratic Field Open As NJ Primary Nears

Democrats Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are still on the campaign trail as the June 7 New Jersey presidential primary nears.

Christie Visits Jersey Shore, Signs AC Recovery Legislation

Gov. Christie visited the Jersey Shore ahead of the holiday weekend. He sat down one-on-one with NJTV News and talked about signing the Atlantic City financial recovery legislation the Assembly and Senate passed and his thoughts about being the vice presidential nominee for Donald Trump.

AC Ready for Tourists, But Business Owners Concerned

Mayor Don Guardian is optimistic about Atlantic City's recovery, but business owners in the city say they're worried about the economic climate and the possibility of North Jersey casinos.

NJ Lawmakers: Keep Those with DWIs from Operating Trains

After finding out an NJ Transit engineer with a suspended license and DWIs is still operating trains, New Jersey officials are calling for a federal standard to prevent that.