An embarrassment was narrowly averted when Senate President Steve Sweeney abandoned an effort to execute a first-ever override of fellow Democrat, Gov. Phil Murphy.
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A leading progressive voice in New Jersey, Analilia Mejia will join Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign as its national political director.
A federal Homeland Security surprise inspection last July documented violations that “pose significant health and safety risks at the facility.”
Protesters rallied across the country and in New Jersey to condemn President Trump's national emergency declaration on Friday. The declaration circumvents Congress and uses money appropriated ...
New Jersey is already scrounging for extra income as it confronts next year’s budget. Expect lawmakers to tangle over the wisdom of offering giant corporate tax breaks.
Workers can't sue NJ Transit under the federal law that’s protected railroad workers across the US since 1905 because the agency now claims it’s immune to those lawsuits for injuries and damages.
Proposal to reform Port Authority continues amid release of scathing letter by the agency's chairman.
A new Monmouth University Poll gauging the public pulse on Murphy's performance first year in office shows the overall trend moving in the wrong direction for the governor. Most support the minimum ...
Many EDA tax breaks went to companies that agreed to locate in Camden during the Christie administration’s efforts to boost that region’s economy, but local residents claimed the benefits -- the ...
By Monday morning the two-lane road will become a four-lane road thanks to a $1.7 billion rehab project.
Senators told horror stories at a State House committee meeting about foreclosed apartment buildings that end up vacant and abandoned.
Murphy commissioned the report by former Supreme Court Justice Peter Verniero’s law firm after a political scandal exploded around Katie Brennan’s allegations of sexual assault against Al Alvarez ...
The woman who signed a letter onboarding Al Alvarez to the Murphy administration says even she doesn't know who formally hired him.
For workers who depend on government benefits, higher wages could be a double-edged sword that shreds their safety net.
The law requires an independent investigation if someone dies in police custody or during an interaction with law enforcement, instead of allowing local prosecutors to investigate local cops.