A new study on diversity finds that exposure to diversity depends on location during the day.
The final debate before June primary election. Republican gubernatorial candidates clash. Might their ideas trump the Democrats? The state is densely populated and diverse. But is that diversity ...
Civilian review for Newark cops. Kids read with Camden cops. Saving Camden neighborhoods with a wrecking ball. Taking the temperature of health care. And the new charity buzz: shop local.
Monmouth University Polling Institute Director Patrick Murray says 73 percent of Americans polled believe that a terror attack like the one that occurred in Paris is likely to happen in America.
Crumbling infrastructure. One lifeline reopens in Hoboken. How many more need help? Legalize gambling in North Jersey? At what cost? And you'll meet a real live action hero. New Jersey's own Monument ...
The last surviving Monument Man Harry Ettlinger, who helped recover and return art masterpieces, is to be rewarded the Congressional Gold Medal for Bravery next week.
The day after the primary and the winners take aim at November. The price of progress. The true cost of taking disaster buyouts. And a look at those paying tribute today to Lewis Katz.
Congressional District 3 candidate Tom MacArthur said that his focus is on getting Americans working again.
She accused the Christie administration of abusing power. Now, a Hoboken official accuses Mayor Dawn Zimmer has been doing the same thing. New poll numbers for the governor and they are not pretty.
Rep. Leonard Lance hopes that President Obama talks about how to create private sector jobs in his State of the Union address because America desperately needs it.