A report from the school's faculty union looks at hiring patterns, salary, promotion and family leave policies at the state university over a 20-year span.
Our new governor has only been in office for a few days, but already Phil Murphy is taking several actions that will impact workers and businesses in New Jersey.
NCLR released its policy agenda for Congress. Among the concerns were health care and immigration.
Legalizing recreational marijuana, regulating and taxing it. Could the next governor approve what Christie refused? Our U.S. senators and The National Council of La Raza talk Trump budget cuts as ...
In the face of a potential change in the Assembly's speakership, some groups call for more diverse leadership.
Christie's taking a wrecking ball to a neighborhood already ruined. Can demolishing it make room for something better? Trenton lawmakers tackle Christie's final budget. Do they have enough money for ...
A new study on diversity finds that exposure to diversity depends on location during the day.
The final debate before June primary election. Republican gubernatorial candidates clash. Might their ideas trump the Democrats? The state is densely populated and diverse. But is that diversity ...
Midnight deadline. The governor and lawmakers running out of time make their legislative moves. Newark's embattled school superintendent gets a new contract. We get reaction. And we've got sharks.
Jersey City Superintendent of Schools Dr. Marcia Lyles says the diversity of the Jersey City schools is one of the city's biggest strengths.
After the storm. Warnings that flood waters are still on the rise. A sports collectors’ paradise thanks to a state prosecutor. And movie magic. Can New Jersey recapture it?
2014 Executive Women of New Jersey honoree Dr. Nancy Cantor discusses her experiences from the past four months as the new Chancellor of Rutgers-Newark.
A Port Authority controversy prompts a resignation from somebody who’s close to Gov. Christie. Rutgers is spending almost $100,000 for each athlete. And New Jersey officials reflect on the life and ...
New Jersey Acting Attorney General John Hoffman says that the 153rd State Police class is the most diverse.