With a vacancy in the 16th legislative district, the race is one to watch.
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Federal prosecutors told the jury Menendez may have been elected to represent New Jersey, but instead he’s been Dr. Salomon Melgen’s personal U.S. senator.
Investigators in the New York truck attack say the suspect, Sayfullo Saipov, planned the attack in the name of ISIS.
After swearing in a new NJ State Police superintendent, Christie took aim at the state's largest teacher's union.
Former Monmouth County Democratic chairman Vin Gopal is looking to unseat longtime Republican incumbent Jen Beck.
Leaders are calling on voters this November to cast their ballot in favor of a candidate, not against a party.
Inspired by the Women's March on Washington, local organizers target red districts they hope to turn blue.
A New Jersey-based fund is helping young Afghan women pursue education in the U.S.
Climate scientists, city planners and environmentalists are concerned the coast is just as vulnerable to rising sea levels and storms as it was five years ago.
Despite the 10,000 manufacturing businesses that call New Jersey home, the state's among only five in the country that have failed to grow the manufacturing GDP since the recession.
First responders can now carry higher dosages of naloxone to reverse potent opioid overdoses.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author explains eviction is the second leading cause to homelessness.
NJ is one of just five states that exclusively uses paperless machines, technology that experts say is outdated and vulnerable.
The Beth Greenhouse distributes about 100 pounds of food a week.
Chronic underfunding and understaffing has left the state Board of Nursing unable to carry out its mission as a watchdog.