Gov. Murphy and Attorney General Grewal announced NJ will be joining 15 other states and D.C. in a lawsuit against the federal government for ending DACA.
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NJ's flu season has been elevated to a "high activity level." That's putting strain on the state's hospitals.
Propelled by passion, an estimated 15,000 marchers convened in Morristown in the second annual New Jersey Women’s March.
Murphy claims small businesses have been ignored for far too long while the state showered big corporations with exorbitant tax incentives.
Bramnick kicks off the "Rally the Reasonable" tour by distancing his party from the Trump administration.
Chris Christie’s first day out of office, at least superficially, resembled countless other public events he’d attended for eight years as governor.
With a new governor about to be sworn in, Pastor David Jefferson Sr. of Newark’s Metropolitan Baptist Church called for a statewide Economic Justice Advisory Council.
Governor-elect Murphy nominates Lamont Repollet as education commissioner before kicking off events leading up to inauguration day.
A coalition of advocates launched “Let’s Drive NJ," a campaign to expand access to driver’s licenses.
NJ Transit executives admitted the agency is already facing a $12,000 federal fine for missing a PTC planning deadline.
A battalion of New Jersey Democrats, including Governor-elect Phil Murphy, voted to fight back against the GOP tax reform measure that capped state and local tax deductions at $10,000.
New Jersey has some pipes that date back to the Civil War, an infrastructure so compromised that NJ loses 130 million gallons of treated water every day.
According to new research, about 20 percent of the state’s population lives in hard-to-count communities, which could make 2020 Census data less reliable.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop announced the city's lawsuit to block the proposal to build a 300-slip marina along the southern portion of Liberty State Park.
While Republicans celebrated their "historic" tax bill, homeowners in high property tax states panicked and called their accountants.