Will the Justice Department charge Sen. Menendez with corruption? The ongoing debate over over-hauling the Port Authority. Long-haul truckers looking for a rest stop. And war through the eyes of ...
Sen. Bob Menendez announced that FEMA has agreed to look at Sandy victims' claims again since many were underpaid.
Is the George Washington Bridge traffic jam cleared up for Gov. Christie? Blight. Being demolished. Marking a day that will live in infamy. And this? From a science fair?
Congressman Frank Pallone says the biggest concern he wants to address as a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee is climate change, but a lot of the Republicans do not want to address ...
Sandy two years later. The economic, emotional, physical and political ramifications of the wreckage and restoration. The congressional race in District One. Big problems over breakfast.
Officials call for accountability from FEMA and insurance companies to help people return home after storms.
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.
Some Sandy victims are saying their RREM program concerns are not being heard by Christie.
Payback time. FEMA wants some of its money back. The limits of laws on carrying concealed weapons. And upgrading transit to pack in more people.
Some Hurricane Sandy victims have gotten letters asking them to return federal aid.
One Newark is one confusing school reform. A quarter billion storm sewer repair. Red light cameras get busted. Swinging up the leader board, the PGA plays Paramus. And putting on the Ritz in Carteret.
FEMA granted the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission $260 million through the Public Assistance Program.
FEMA says they will not be considering extensions for their trailer housing occupied by Sandy victims.
Standing ovations for New Jersey Senior Sen. Robert Menendez on Israel's right to defend itself. New Jersey Senate President Sweeney's trashing the Sandy money monitor report. And are we trashing ...
NJ Spotlight reporter Scott Gurian says that Sandy aid has been reallocated and that money is being used for energy resiliency methods.