Booker sidestepped assertions from back home that he either ignored or just missed the lead water crisis in Newark while he was mayor.
Sen. Cory Booker met Friday with Democratic voters in rural Nevada. The theme? How the problems of folks in rural Nevada aren't all that different from the problems of folks in urban New Jersey.
In Atlanta, the epicenter of the nation's black cultural elite, Booker was well-received, even if students from historically black colleges and universities were not quite prepared to go all in for ...
Outside of Nevada, Iowa, Sen. Cory Booker discussed a variety of topics with NJTV News Senior Correspondent David Cruz.
It was current-vintage Booker, pushing not a warm and fuzzy love, but love as a powerful force, one that can transform a nation on the brink of dissolving into tribalism. These Iowans, mostly white, ...
Booker answered a variety of questions before local and national press at the first event in his Justice for All Tour.
Booker's plan would expand eligibility for the earned income tax credit.
The Newark event marked the beginning of the Democratic presidential candidate's first national campaign tour.
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 two-term senator launched his presidential campaign in Feburary.
Only 36 percent of New Jersey residents polled think he would do a good job as president.
Sen. Cory Booker says defeats, as much as victories, inspired his leadership style.
Booker speaks about how football impacted his life and political career in this web exclusive.
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