The defense had argued the bribery charges should be dismissed, because prosecutors don’t have a proverbial “smoking gun” and no explicit proof that Menendez agreed to perform an official favor ...
The $1.64 billion project will replace the current span that must swivel open and closed for river traffic.
After six weeks and more than 30 witnesses, the prosecution finally rested its case Wednesday.
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Prosecutors used 37 email exchanges to show how busy Menendez's top staffers were trying to help Dr. Salomon Melgen.
Bolstering the use of naloxone and recovery coaches in the fight against the opioid addiction. The governor’s task force on the opioid crisis releases a report today. Will it serve as a blueprint ...
Federal prosecutors called former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius to the witness stand.
Witness testified the senator was very angry over an issue affecting his longtime friend, Salomon Melgen.
A large part of the government's case Thursday focused on Menendez going to bat with the state department for his friend and co-defendant, Florida eye doctor, Salomon Melgen.
A suspension of restrictions that have held up hurricane aid to Puerto Rico. A new Port Authority Bus Terminal built in place right on the old one. The president's proposed plan to cut taxes. If New ...
The prosecution presented testimony about Menendez meeting with former Sen. Tom Harkin to intervene on Melgen's behalf in a Medicare overbilling case.
Menendez is accused of trying to intervene with the state department on behalf of his friend Dr. Salomon Melgen.
Melgen owned half of a company that had a contract to screen cargo in the Dominican Republic.
Analysts estimate Graham-Cassidy could cost New Jersey $3.9 billion in federal health care funding over the next decade and remove coverage for 900,000 residents.
Against the advice of his attorneys, the senior senator from New Jersey will not attend his trial in order to be present for the Graham-Cassidy health care vote in Washington D.C.