Gov. Chris Christie appointee Justice Anne Patterson was reconfirmed for the state Supreme Court without the contention that riddled the previous administration.
Blistering criticism of Newark's school reformer. Bridging the gap between cops and kids of color. An interfaith effort to shelter the homeless. And traumatic brain injury gets new treatment teams.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses the Council on Affordable Housing hearing at the State Supreme Court.
Historic changes in the Garden State as same-sex couples get married and the governor drops his legal challenge. Plus, why is President Obama angry about Obamacare?
A group of 15 elected officials gathered in Orange to show their support for gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono.
A New Jersey congressman says it’s time to end the shutdown. Plus warnings about the New Jersey courts. And charges against a powerful politician.
Senate leaders will hold a hearing on Faustino Fernandez-Vina, but some involved in law say the war between Gov. Christie and Senate Democrats over Supreme Court nominations must end.
A new turn in the long battle over affordable housing. Plus, Cory Booker under fire for his online activities. And the judge who quit his job for laughs.
The state Supreme Court threw out the current methodology for determining a municipality's obligation to provide affordable housing and gave state officials five months to create a new one.
Michael Aron: Over the past decade, the Court has been filled by Democrats, Republicans, and Independents -- not simply by Justices.
The Court found that increasing judges' pension and benefits contributions is unconstitutional.