In the Obama era, the federal government agreed to split the cost with the states, but Trump has reversed that. His Department of Transportation calls the Gateway project a local responsibility. ...
The deal opens the government temporarily and gives Congress a chance to debate security at the country's southern border.
The first bill would have provided $5.7 billion to build President Donald Trump’s wall on the southern border while extending three years’ protection to some unauthorized immigrants. The second ...
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.
The president said both sides are sending representatives to a meeting this weekend to find funding for the wall and a solution to end the shutdown
Menendez and immigrant advocates have vowed to resist Trump’s agenda. The president says he’s determined to get his wall.
Experts said the century-year-old tubes need to be replaced by the $12.7 billion Gateway project and blamed toxic politics as the major obstacle.
The House passed an omnibus federal funding bill without any money specifically allocated for the Gateway project.
Gov. Murphy and Attorney General Grewal announced NJ will be joining 15 other states and D.C. in a lawsuit against the federal government for ending DACA.
Rep. Donald Norcross discusses healthcare, minimum wage and the midterm elections.
Note to the next governor: set your team and agenda now. Eagleton's tips for a smooth transition. Closing the gap in voter registration to help citizens with disabilities make their voices heard. ...
Booker and Schumer used this summer's work to push for Gateway Tunnel funding.
NJ Transit's "days of delays" dawn without the massive headaches riders feared as lawmakers renew calls for a new tunnel. A choke point for commuters is Hoboken where extra ferries, buses and PATH ...
Booker and Menendez spoke against the order. Sen. Doherty says the control borders.
Mike Pence rallied Republicans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act while President Obama championed it.