Senior Correspondent David Cruz sits down with Doug Steinhardt to discuss his plans to "rebrand, rebuild and reengage" the New Jersey Republican Party.
About 50 of the 731 Custom and Border Protection officers have been temporarily reassigned from New Jersey to the Southern border.
The Assembly Higher Education Committee discussed a bill that would give the state tools to go after student loan companies.
The two-week stretch has been encouraging for Cory Booker's campaign. He is seeing larger crowds and the reception to his events has been positive.
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman discusses Mueller's public statement and potential political ramifications.
Congressman Frank Pallone hosted a roundtable with community leaders Wednesday to discuss his Leading Infrastructure for Tomorrow’s America Act -- a major federal infrastructure package.
An event organized by Forbes Magazine brought out several hundred people for a daylong seminar on Opportunity Zones.
Barr parried a barrage of questions about how his March 24 news conference and four-page summary of Mueller’s report allegedly spun a narrative aimed at exonerating the President.
Brandishing a copy of the Mueller Report, Sen. Bob Menendez emphasized its findings about election security during the last presidential campaign and election and proposed spending $2.5 billion over ...
Kean discusses his run for Congress, a bipartisan vision for political cooperation, his family's New Jersey political legacy, the Mueller Report and more.
A group of advocates and health care providers joined Rep. Donald Norcross in Camden to talk about the impact of the Trump administration's Title X "gag rule."
Rep. Tom Malinowski sat down with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron to discuss the release of the Mueller Report, his upcoming bid for reelection and the issues he's focused on addressing in ...
Mueller said in his report that he could not conclusively determine that Trump had committed criminal obstruction of justice.
Budget hearings continue through April and part of May.
New Jersey is home to 3.8 million people with pre-existing conditions who fear they could struggle to find affordable health care insurance without Obamacare.