Doug Steinhardt, the chair of New Jersey's Republican Party, reacts to Murphy's State of the State address.
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In an exclusive interview with Gov. Phil Murphy following his second State of the State address, the governor discusses his top priorities more in-depth with NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent ...
For the fourth time in the past few weeks, thousands of people opposed to mandatory vaccination demonstrated on the State House grounds for hours.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday that deaths from opioid overdoses in New Jersey dropped in 2019, from 3,118 to 3,021.
With time rapidly running out on the lame-duck session of the state Legislature, a hodgepodge of bills came before the Assembly Appropriations Committee on Monday.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron sat down with Atlantic County Democratic Chair Michael Suleiman to hear his version of the story Rep. Jeff Van Drew cited in an exclusive interview with NJTV ...
Van Drew discusses some of his reasons for joining the Republican Party, impeachment and Trump's upcoming trip to South Jersey is his first televised interview with New Jersey press.
Van Drew has always been a conservative Democrat. But Thursday he fully embraced President Donald Trump and the Republican agenda.
With the historic vote on impeachment looming, New Jersey Rep. Jeff Van Drew on Wednesday had still not confirmed that he is switching parties and joining President Donald Trump as a Republican.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced Tuesday that he plans to appoint four new members, all women, to the board of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority.
Pascrell and other Democrats from high-tax states have been battling to roll back the SALT deduction cap ever since President Donald Trump signed it two years ago.
Sandra Ellis and Defor Howard are in a tough spot, and their story serves as a cautionary tale about the problems that can arise under a controversial New York City program that has relocated 2,200 ...
Newark and New York City say they have agreed to a pause in the Special One-Time Assistance program.
An interstate battle over a New York City homeless program that has relocated more than 2,000 families to New Jersey intensified Monday with word that the city of Elizabeth was seeking to challenge ...
NJ Homeland Security director Jared Maples responds to Friday's London Bridge attack, which is being investigated as a "terrorism incident."