A two-year investigation by the Asbury Park Press revealed millions in settlements have been paid out to cover up police misconduct.
The candidates for governor try to get backing from South Jersey businesses who favor the republican. Did the Democrat make headway? State lawmakers are forming a group to funnel trained workers into ...
Bob McHugh, who has worked with politicians on both sides of the aisle, weighs in on the governor’s race.
Asbury Park Press reporter Michael Symons says property taxes in New Jersey are up an average of 2.4 percent.
Late night negotiations lead to a last minute compromise. Come November voters could get to decide whether to allow casinos in North Jersey after all. How did other proposed ballot questions fare? How ...
An Asbury Park Press investigation showed that 10 out of 20 top lottery winners in NJ are retailers or their relatives.
Sandy two years later. The economic, emotional, physical and political ramifications of the wreckage and restoration. The congressional race in District One. Big problems over breakfast.
Christie toured areas hard hit by Hurricane Sandy on the second anniversary of the storm.
Ebola. We'll look at the politics, our preparedness and separate fact from fear mongering with New Jersey's chief epidemiologist. Plus, will casino union concessions save the Taj Mahal?
Jeff Bell defended his comment that women tend to favor Democrats because of social programs they promote.
The governor makes a move to shake up his administration. They never gave up. The shore town that fought for hurricane aid until they got it. And who took the trucks? How one fire department suddenly ...
Congressman Frank Pallone says he's disappointed with the lack of transparency happening in the Sandy recovery process.
Dire predictions from the governor in his budget address. Democrats fire back over so-called entitlements. And where did Rutgers get the money to join the Big Ten?
The latest poll indicates a drop in the public opinion of Gov. Christie.
A fire that began at Kohr's Ice Cream in Seaside Park spread to the nearby boardwalk and more than a dozen other buildings.