The United States Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue is touring farms across New Jersey to find out about the challenges farmers face and what the USDA can do to help.
Monday’s rush hour will be commuters’ first experience with what’s predicted to be a descent into traffic hell.
Sen. Menendez introduced legislation that would expand job training partnerships through a billion dollar competitive tax credit program.
Republican Gov. Christie touts his accomplishments, cautioning that Democrats campaigning for his seat might un-do them. The Assembly speaker's campaigning to keep his seat of power navigating ...
Laurie Woog discusses H-1B visas, which companies use to employ specialized skilled foreign workers.
A New Jersey congressman drafts an Obamacare replacement. The conservative Freedom Caucus likes it. Will you? And will the rest of Congress? Expect delays. Much-needed Amtrak upgrades promise to ...
Gov. Christie was in West Trenton where he took questions from the press.
Christie campaigns against " lawlessness in America" while murders spike in Newark. Now he wants the county wide policing that brought crime down in Camden replicated in the Brick City. Drugs in a ...
New guidelines from the Department of Labor could change the way businesses determine whether workers are independent contractors or employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Job creators? Jersey City's got 'em. Rolling back retirees prescription drug co-pays. Can too much cleaning be a health hazard? What's to blame for seal strandings? And an app that makes bullies "stop ...
Officials say its residential building boom is creating jobs and economic activity.
The state Department of Labor says New Jersey gained 6,700 jobs in November and unemployment dropped 0.2 percent.
The governor fires back on the lane closing controversy. Sen. Menendez takes on the White House over Iran. And a warning for millions of shoppers who may become victims of identity theft.
NJ Dept. of Labor and Workforce Dev. Commissioner says drop in unemployment is the largest.
Sen Raymond Lesniak (D-20) says the governor needs to start addressing the pressing needs of the people of New Jersey such as unemployment and foreclosures.