The governor's conditional veto will phase out Urban Enterprise Zones in the state. What will the impact be? September is National Preparedness Month. How prepared are you for a disaster? How can ...
The Election Law Enforcement Commission hasn't been able to meet for the last five months.
Calls to oust Paterson's mayor after approving his budget that would raise tax levies without raising taxes. The heat's on to explain that new math. The feds refuse to bump marijuana off the list of ...
The committee unanimously voted to move Walter Timpone's nomination to the Senate floor.
It could be a blueprint for Congress -- New Jersey lawmakers quickly act on the governor's Supreme Court nomination. The state commissioner who would take over Atlantic City goes before the Senate ...
Ex-state senator faces a fine for using money from a Senate election account to pay for polling in the governor’s race.
The challenges continue. Gov. Christie’s plans to complete the storm recovery. Dirty water. Will a river clean-up actually cause harm? And saving the shore with some amazing new plans.
Election Law Enforcement Commission Executive Director Jeff Brindle says that reforming the pay-to-play law would make it more understandable and enforceable.
The governor addresses the bridge scandal and his future plans. The education commissioner says he’s leaving. And did NJ Transit really fumble its Super Bowl schedule?
Brindle says the commission made the right decision by allowing the Christie campaign to use leftover campaign funds.
Digging, scraping, slipping and sliding. And there’s another storm headed our way. Plus, the executive director at the Port Authority places blame in the lane closure controversy. And is a powerful ...
Democrats came out in support of Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo's campaign kickoff.
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.
Special interest groups are spending more on state campaigns than ever before, according to the Election Law Enforcement Commission.
An assemblyman quits. Sen. Buono cancels a date. And a congressman says he’s still on the fence.