Cory Booker celebrates his victory and talks about his goals in the U.S. Senate. Plus, a state Senate committee says OK to the governor’s latest Supreme Court nominee.
Thousands of New Jersey federal employees returned to work after being furloughed for 16 days during the partial government shutdown, to the relief of workers and business owners who serve them.
It’s time for the running mate debate. Guadagno versus Silva and we have a preview. Plus, a late ruling from the Supreme Court on gay marriage. And will Hollywood come to the Hudson?
Since the partial government shutdown took effect, Wall Street's financial markets have had their ups and downs as investors face anxiety over the uncertainty over the budget stalemate in Washington.
The war of words intensifies as the country heads towards another budget deadline. You’ll hear from two New Jersey congressmen. Plus, a preview of tonight’s debate between Gov. Christie and Sen. ...
Congressman Jon Runyan (R-3) says it's frustrating that Senate Democrats and President Obama won't sit down to negotiate ways to end the government shutdown.
Congressman Leonard Lance (R-7) talks about how the Senate, House of Representatives and the president need to negotiate to end the shutdown.
Center for Non-Profits Executive Director Linda Czipo says the federal government shutdown has made an already challenging situation worse for the state's non-profit organizations.
Opening day for Obamacare. Closing day for the federal government. We’ll tell where things stand with the shutdown. Plus, why is the governor of Texas campaigning here?
Sen. Bob Menendez says he hopes Republicans "come to their senses" and realize they shouldn't shut down the government to get a desired policy result.