Fourteen months ago, a judge ruled that Newark's Civilian Complaint Review Board would infringe on the day-to-day duties of the police chief or public safety director.
Tuesday will be the governor’s day to shape reality. Monday, the liberal groups seized the bullhorn.
In an unanimous decision in a three-judge appellate court panel, the PARCC test was struck down as violating state law. The court gave the Department of Education a 30-day stay to potentially appeal ...
Newark's police camera system makes residents Big Brother.
Should the state have a say in your end of life planning?
A recent ACLU report concludes that New Jersey police vastly under utilize diversionary programs that can keep youth out of jails and detention centers.
Gov. Murphy and Attorney General Grewal announced NJ will be joining 15 other states and D.C. in a lawsuit against the federal government for ending DACA.
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.
Amol Sinha's experiences as the child of Indian immigrants shaped the career of new ACLU-NJ executive director.
Newark residents listened to new police policies regarding the use of force in the Newark Police Department.
More than two dozen departments, officers and prosecutors in New Jersey received awards for building trust and increasing transparency.
Republican Gov. Christie touts his accomplishments, cautioning that Democrats campaigning for his seat might un-do them. The Assembly speaker's campaigning to keep his seat of power navigating ...
The Department of Homeland Security increased aid to nonprofits to $25 million this year. Rep. Pascrell and others are looking to double the national grant to $50 million next year.
It was NJ Transit's turn before the Assembly Budget Committee. Do they have the funds to get back on track? New funding to fortify religious institutions against terror threats. We'll show you how one ...
If you have a phone, you're paying a fee for 911 emergency service. That's what the bill says. But is that where your money goes? Are the schools in your district getting short-changed on funding? ...