According to a NJ Spotlight report, while it's not a huge number, more people are moving out of New Jersey than are moving in.
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The deal opens the government temporarily and gives Congress a chance to debate security at the country's southern border.
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg says she wants to hear and see more from Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez and Gov. Phil Murphy.
Suarez has come under scrutiny for how her office handled the Brennan investigation, a seven month process that ended in no charges.
Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez sat down with Senior Correspondent David Cruz for a wide ranging conversation on what she knew about the case and when.
Gov. Murphy, surrounded by different members of his cabinet, announced an interdepartmental, comprehensive approach to fighting the opioid epidemic.
A deal on the long negotiated minimum wage bill that would affect over 1 million workers has been reached.
Gov. Murphy announced the incoming class of NJ Transit engineers, conductors and bus operators at its training facility. The good news is that help is on the way. The bad news is that it's still ...
In his first year in office, the governor's victories were often overshadowed by his tense relationship with the Senate president.
Co-Chair Eliana Pintor Marin says the most striking thing to her so far in the hearings is how many people at different levels of the Murphy campaign, transition and administration knew about the ...
Gov. Phil Murphy put off a much-anticipated meeting with legislative leaders in favor of a sit down with preschoolers where he announced the release of a second round of funding for full-day ...
Politicians benefit from 501(c)4 affiliations, but where's the money coming from?
The undercurrent to legislation carried over from 2018 is the still-dicey dynamic between the governor and Sweeney, which they still insist is a figment of our collective imagination.
Most of 2018 proved to be a year of fits and starts with a few early victories overshadowed by failures to complete Murphy's biggest campaign promises.
Anthony Ambrose, Newark's public safety director, gives a preview of the city's crime statistics to be unveiled in January.