The American Gaming Association estimates Americans will bet more than $10 billion on the upcoming 2018 NCAA men’s basketball tournament. They say 97 percent of that money will be bet illegally.
Should the state have a say in your end of life planning?
Next week is an important one for the Garden State, as Gov. Murphy delivers his first budget address.
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick says separating police and fire pensions from all other pensions poses a risk for taxpayers.
To ease commuters’ pain, the Murphy administration announced NJ Transit will be putting 40 more passenger cars on the tracks after an equipment tally showed a serious shortage.
Despite already tough laws, Murphy, Greenwald promise more checks on guns.
In signing an executive order to rejoin the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, Gov. Murphy is reversing another Christie-era policy.
Murphy announced he would roll back Christie's loosening of concealed carry gun laws.
Fueled by the 2012 bond act, new higher education buildings and lab facilities are springing up statewide.
Murphy claims small businesses have been ignored for far too long while the state showered big corporations with exorbitant tax incentives.
Bramnick kicks off the "Rally the Reasonable" tour by distancing his party from the Trump administration.
Chris Christie’s first day out of office, at least superficially, resembled countless other public events he’d attended for eight years as governor.
The relationship between Wildstein and Christie is what's in question, with each offering up a different characterization of their friendship.
Newark says Christie's signature on the Amazon subsidy bill and an improved economic outlook make the city an attractive destination for Amazon's East Coast headquarters.
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 ...