The U.S. Solicitor General's office has recommended that the U.S. Supreme Court not hear the appeal of two convicted defendants in the "Bridgegate" case.
A federal judge ruled that Kelly will serve 13 months for plotting to cause traffic jams near the George Washington Bridge to punish the Fort Lee mayor who refused to endorse Christie for reelection.
Baroni and former Christie aide Bridget Kelly were convicted in 2016 in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal.
In November, a federal appeals court threw out civil rights counts against Baroni and co-defendant Bridget Kelly and ordered the resentencing.
An appeals court tossed some of the counts against Baroni and co-defendant Bridget Kelly in November but upheld the most serious ones.
The court Tuesday threw out a count of civil rights conspiracy for each defendant. It upheld convictions for wire fraud and misapplying property of an organization receiving federal funds.
The Legislature gave the green light for the special committee Monday and granted subpoena power for the investigation, passing resolutions in both chambers.
With the governor's administration still rocked by allegations a senior staffer raped a woman during the governor's campaign last year, Gov. Phil Murphy has called in former New Jersey Attorney ...
Gov. Phil Murphy's Port Authority plan would reinstate the position that was at the center of George Washington Bridge scandal.
Lawmakers say they expect both governors to support the Port Authority reform bill.
It's been three years since former Christie aides Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly were indicted.
The relationship between Wildstein and Christie is what's in question, with each offering up a different characterization of their friendship.
Chris Christie is a name that evokes a larger than life personality. As a corruption busting U.S. Attorney, he parlayed that into a run for governor in 2009. Since then he has dominated both the ...
A lot happened in politics in New Jersey in 2017, from Bridgegate to the government shutdown to the corruption trial of Sen. Menendez.
The construction will be staged with a top down approach that would first add new fifth and sixth floors, as well as replace existing floors with a state of the art facility.