A historic decision on gay marriage and suddenly New Jersey could become ground zero for the next court battle. Plus, more money from FEMA, more criticism for the archbishop and a threat to close down ...
Congress has until July 1 to act to keep student loan interest rates at 3.4 percent.
Steven Perskie, former chairman of the New Jersey Casino Control Commission, says it's unlikely Congress can be persuaded to amend the federal ban to allow sports betting in New Jersey.
Former U.S. Sen. Robert Torricelli urges residents to not rush to judgment against Sen. Bob Menendez. He says he likes Gov. Chris Christie, though he doesn't agree with all his decisions. And he ...
Gov. Chris Christie was in Bradley Beach touting the recovery effort in New Jersey and calling on members of Congress to approve a bill that would provide relief aid to affected areas.
Mark Mauriello says the first order of business for New Jersey will be persuading Congress to provide the financial aid states need to begin the recovery process.
Many politicians from both sides of the aisle have come out in support of Gov. Chris Christie's criticism of House Speaker John Boehner.
Gov. Chris Christie held a press conference where he blasted House Speaker John Boehner for not allowing legislators to vote on the bill that would provide Hurricane Sandy aid.
Gov. Chris Christie said it was going to take a long time for towns like Belmar to fully recover and urged residents to be patient.
Asked about running for governor, Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-8) says he has more pressing issues on his mind, including Hurricane Sandy relief, the fiscal cliff and health care changes.
Although more women than ever before will be sworn into Congress in January, Princeton Professor Tali Mendelberg says women still need to learn how to speak up more.
The Center for Women and Politics Director Debbie Walsh calls the record number of female candidates a milestone, one that hasn't been seen since 1992.
For NFL player-turned-congressman Jon Runyan (R-3), the decision to run for re-election was made the moment he got into office.
Rep. Steve Rothman said members of the Tea Party are holding Republicans hostage in Congress. He believes the ninth congressional district needs a progressive Democrat like himself as a ...
In a two-part interview, Bill Pascrell Jr. says he is ready to faceoff against fellow Democrat Steve Rothman in the newly drawn 9th district.