Hard work, civility and common sense are the values that Van Drew says are needed in Washington.
The governor was at a press conference in Newark to celebrate the announcement from earlier this month that the feds had granted a waiver for New Jersey to allow federal funds to be made available to ...
Strikers outside of Rep. Leonard Lance's office have been fasting for four days in an effort to draw attention to immigration policies.
The Trump administration deploys its power players. Ivanka Trump and Steve Mnuchin talk tax reform while protestors fume at being excluded. Congressional Democrats call on their GOP colleagues to join ...
Leaders are calling on voters this November to cast their ballot in favor of a candidate, not against a party.
Critics in the substance abuse treatment community continue to find fault with Donald Trump’s approach to solving the nation’s opioid epidemic.
The State Department of Labor and Workforce Development recently said the Garden State lost 6,300 jobs in September, according to preliminary data from the federal government.
The president declares a public health emergency to deal with the deadly opioid epidemic. Are New Jersey voting machines hackable? Some say yes, some say absolutely not. Plus, witness for the defense. ...
The president declared a 90-day public health emergency to address America’s deadly opioid epidemic, but some say it's not enough.
Inspired by the Women's March on Washington, local organizers target red districts they hope to turn blue.
Green party gubernatorial candidate Seth Kaper-Dale and his running mate Lisa Durden discuss their strategy to engaged unlikely voters.
The White House released immigration policy priorities that are leaving immigration advocates concerned.
New Jersey lawmakers are saying the policy leaves the Garden State on the losing side.
Where do the candidates for governor stand on taking a knee for the anthem? As protests spread across professional sports, one iconic sports figure comes to Newark. One year after the Hoboken train ...
NBA Hall of Famer ducks questions about NFL player protests aimed at Trump.