After President Trump's national address and the Congressional Democrats' response, both sides still can't come to a compromise, dragging out the government shutdown that has now entered Day 19.
Top New Jersey Democrats launch a pre-emptive media strike ahead of the president's televised national address.
The standoff continues. At issue is President Donald Trump’s insistence on building a wall along the southern border.
The partisan divide between Republicans and Democrats in Congress has the federal government still lurching toward a partial government shut down at midnight Friday.
Menendez and immigrant advocates have vowed to resist Trump’s agenda. The president says he’s determined to get his wall.
The governor, New Jersey's two U.S. senators, and eight of the 12-person House delegation discussed top priorities going into the new Congress.
Nearly 30 years ago, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst was slated to close. Monday officials celebrated the construction of a new aircraft hangar that will house a fleet of new tankers.
Sen. Menendez is grateful for a shot at redemption. As for these dinner guests, the hot meal offers a chance to exchange warm greetings and come in out of the cold.
The governor and the mayor of Newark whipped up a crowd at a church the day after a series of Democratic victories.
On Tuesday afternoon, President Trump tweeted his “complete and total endorsement” of Republican Senate candidate Bob Hugin. “Thank you!” Menendez tweeted back.
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Menendez's message was stop Trump. Hugin's message was replace Menendez.