With the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period sliced in half, people are scrambling to get insured.
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The Federal Communications Commission will vote to repeal net neutrality, an Obama-era internet regulation, on Thursday.
Christie's efforts include increasing funding to expand drug courts, investing $200 million for prevention and recovery efforts with opioid abuse and signing a number of laws.
The board also heard updates on the Bayonne Bridge project, the 2018 budget and upgrades to the PATH system.
The $69 billion deal for CVS to buy Aetna is expected to push the retailer further into health services.
Dec. 1, 1988 was the first World AIDS Day, serving as an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV. Since then we've made great strides, but work remains.
Sen. Bob Gordon, who initially criticized the proposed PATH extension to Newark Airport, now sees it as a viable alternative if the Gateway project continues to be delayed.
Numerous redevelopment programs are working to define a new Camden, but with three decades of poverty to break through moving the needle is harder than some thought.
The 20-month-old golden retriever is the first full-time hospital therapy dog in the state.
Folks spending their Thanksgiving day at Lunch Break in Red Bank are putting a lot of faith in Governor-elect Phil Murphy and his progressive agenda.
According to AAA Northeast, nearly 60 million people are expected to travel for the holiday nationwide, with 1.3 million of those coming from New Jersey -- the highest in a decade.
The Civil Rights Project at UCLA has published an update of its report on racial segregation in New Jersey schools, concluding that the state has made little, if any, progress in reducing segregation.
For the first time in 14 years, the American Heart Association is tightening the guidelines for healthy blood pressure.
After three full days of jury deliberations, no verdict was reached and one juror was dismissed. The jury will reconvene Monday and restart deliberations.
Between the primary and general election, election spending has already topped out over $40 million, which is more than the last gubernatorial race in 2013.