A major recommendation of the Steve Sweeney task force is to cut back again on public pensions. At the headquarters of the CWA in Trenton, that's not going over so well.
Ringed by political and religious leaders pledging defiance, an unauthorized immigrant is fighting deportation. Property taxes too high? There's a deadline looming to ask for a new assessment, but ...
policy and decision makers, academics, government leaders and others were invited to share ideas for the future.
After 22 years, James Hughes, dean of the Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, is taking a sabbatical in order to pursue other efforts advocating for New Jersey.
A vision of prosperity from a man who would be governor. The only declared candidate calling for a state bank to keep our money home grown. With the cost of EpiPens sky high, Assembly calls to ...
Christie's comments on education's Common Core have caused confusion among teachers and parents. Does he mean to abandon it or improve on it? Homeowners whose Sandy claims were denied are getting a ...
Sen. Ray Lesniak says he supports the Bloustein School investigating the EDA tax incentive program since it's an independent organization. He also wants to put a question on the November ballot asking ...
Christie talks foreign policy in Washington. The teachers union breaks off talks on pension reform. Volunteer troops sweep Trenton clean. And another brand of spring cleaning -- sheep shearing.
Former Gov. James Florio says that he was troubled by Gov. Christie's remarks that past governors are responsible for the current pension fund issues.
PSE&G is generating jobs along with electricity. The NTSB's final reading of the Paulsboro derailment. Driving with a common disease can mimic DUI. And attacking rape on campus.
PSE&G plans to spend $8 billion over 10 years to upgrade its systems.
We'll warn you of what's lurking beneath the waves. Mapping the seabed with seismic blasts is making waves in court. And New Jersey's shiny office complexes stand abandoned. Why?
Millions of empty square feet of office space are in NJ, partly due to company movement.
Labor union arrests at a Secaucus Walmart this Black Friday. Drugs and their economic impact in New Jersey and in Atlantic City. An old garage has replaced parking with painting.
The Garden State is facing increased competition from around the country and the globe.