New Jersey has long been a home for some of the world's most famous innovators -- from Thomas Edison, to David Sarnoff, to Alexander Graham Bell and many more.
For 142 years, AT&T Labs, and its predecessor Bell Labs, have been at the forefront of technological innovations. A museum highlights the company's most monumental inventions, from the telephone ...
Is the state surburbanizing after years of urban growth?
New Jersey leads the nation in the number of residential foreclosures in the country.
The former Bell Labs, now Bell Works campus, is re-imagining a historical building as a workplace of the future.
Gov. Christie shows up to talk New Jersey Transit. And ends up weighing in on Washington intrigue. The Republicans running to replace him are putting distance between the governor and themselves. ...
According to the federal government, NJ ranks fifth in the nation for the most patents awarded over the last 40 years.
New Jersey Tech Council’s Innovation Forecast 2017 had businesses present what they see for the future of technology.
Students struggling to afford the rising cost of college are skipping meals. What universities are doing to prevent hunger on campus. Ahead of the governor's budget address, the state pension dilemma. ...
Businesses are offering perks to employees in an effort to attract the younger generation of workers.
A gamble that may not pay off in Atlantic City. A strike at the Trump Taj Mahal may have been the last straw. A gambit by public worker unions smacks of cash for favors. Is it politics as usual? Or ...
Major push back on proposed PATH service cuts. Casinos in Liberty State Park? We'll check the fine print. Early Intervention to stop school violence and Keeping the "Garden" in the Garden State.
The historic Vail Mansion in Morristown, completed in 1918 by Theodore Vail, has been restored.
Lessons from Ferguson? We do the opposite. Raising alarms about rocketing immigrants through deportation hearings. Megan's Law and murder. And Jersey's tech revolution. The glory days of Bell Labs.
The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation author Jon Gertner says that Bell Labs invented the DNA that is used in electronics today.