NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Director Jared Maples discusses how the state keeps up with online threats and the importance of securing the state's election infrastructure.
NJ is one of just five states that exclusively uses paperless machines, technology that experts say is outdated and vulnerable.
Plan on drinking tonight? Plan on a sober driver. Suspending new rules for sleep-deprived truckers. A year in headlines. Events that changed us. A crystal ball view of what's coming next. Is this a ...
A look back at the most impactful New Jersey stories in 2014.
Republicans sweep. Incumbents too. And Democrats get a wake-up call. New Jersey sends its first African-American woman to Congress. Along with a power broker's brother.
Bergen County Executive Elect James Tedesco says after being sworn in, he plans to move forward the realignment of the police force into the sheriff's department.
Democrat Bonnie Watson Coleman defeated Republican Alieta Eck for the 12th Congressional District seat.
Candidates score on just who votes. Democrats count on women voters. Should they? Why poll workers hold a special place. Where does your candidate stand on the arts?
Rep. Rush Holt says the Republicans in Congress don't believe in government or think they can work with Democrats.
The mid-term campaign's closing hours. Improving the climate of Newark's neighborhoods. Climate change. Dire warnings and calls to action. And congressional gridlock. Why both parties are to blame.
Monmouth University Polling Institute Director Patrick Murray says that the local races in New Jersey will have more of an impact than the federal races on Election Day.
Congressman Jon Runyan says Congress flips politics and governing.
The voters choose: The state's first Congresswoman in a quarter century. And preserving open spaces with business taxes. Cutting costs to hire cops in Newark. And pure poetry.
Many around the state are divided on a referendum on this year's ballot on open spaces.
Long-distance governing? Changing the state constitution so Christie can rule and run. A worrisome wrinkle in the new virus. A shining new center for Camden's community.