Backed by a star lineup of social justice advocates, Murphy seized the bully pulpit to argue that legalizing recreational marijuana is nothing less than a civil rights issue.
Project Search trains disabled high school students with transferable skills to help them transition into the workforce.
Despite some positive economic indicators, accountants are still wary about state’s future.
The lieutenant governor selects a running mate in the race for the State House. Can putting a virtual unknown on the ticket give her gubernatorial campaign a boost? And Gov. Christie weighs in on the ...
The study showed that 26 percent of people with disabilities received fewer expressions of employer interest than those without disabilities. They also found that smaller companies were less likely to ...
A higher hurdle for Syrians coming to America. The tough vetting process made tougher by a bill the president says he'll veto. It would effectively stop refugee resettlement. Just ahead of the holiday ...
Christie campaigns against " lawlessness in America" while murders spike in Newark. Now he wants the county wide policing that brought crime down in Camden replicated in the Brick City. Drugs in a ...
New guidelines from the Department of Labor could change the way businesses determine whether workers are independent contractors or employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Employment and wages grew in 13 of New Jersey's 15 largest counties.
Boosting economic growth in America. Christie outlines his five-point plan as state workers challenge the governor to "keep his promise and obey the law." And celebrating Yogi-isms on his special day.
In a major policy address, Christie laid out a five-point plan for 4 percent GDP growth.
The state Department of Labor says New Jersey gained 6,700 jobs in November and unemployment dropped 0.2 percent.
Labor union arrests at a Secaucus Walmart this Black Friday. Drugs and their economic impact in New Jersey and in Atlantic City. An old garage has replaced parking with painting.
The Garden State is facing increased competition from around the country and the globe.
New employment numbers offer a mixed bag for New Jersey. Rider University Professor Herb Gishlick says state and regional economies are driven by what's happening at the national level.