Muoio would be the second woman confirmed by the Senate as state treasurer.
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The simulation helps caregivers empathize with those living with the disorder.
Christie says reform should include transitioning to 401K accounts and a constitutional amendment that cuts health benefits and suspends agreements made in collective bargaining.
The effects of Hurricane Maria reach beyond Puerto Rico as pharmaceutical and medical supplies fall short of demand.
Among the findings: 58 percent predicts sales will rise next year; 9 percent says they'll fall. Overall, that's 11 percent higher than last year and 55 percent predicts bigger profits compared to 12 ...
Federal Monitor Peter Harvey presented findings from the second quarterly report on reforms and grappled with concerned residents.
The Department of Justice warned Newark, Middlesex County and other sanctuary cities and counties to follow immigration law or risk losing federal, crime fighting dollars.
Blue HART meets addicts with treatment instead of penalties.
Newark police officers and the community received trauma training and discussed race, trauma and violence.
Craig Coughlin talks legislative priorities and appointments as the new speaker-elect.
Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies equips law enforcement to better handle the problems of the opioid epidemic.
The Zimmerli Art Museum says it now owns the most impressive collection of Russian nonconformist art anywhere in the world.
Gina Trish and Kate Matteson are trying to join what could become a historic New Jersey Legislature -- the most women ever elected to represent state districts.
At an NJTV community forum, panelists discussed what perpetuates poverty and what can be done to reverse it in New Jersey.
New Jersey is one of 34 states with price gouging laws, but Congressman Frank Pallone wants the federal government to protect consumers in all states.