In his first New Jersey appearance since the Kavanaugh hearings, Booker said Republicans are stonewalling the process.
The Trump administration's proposed changes to Title X immediately created a backlash. At a rally in Trenton, Planned Parenthood supporters and members of Congress voiced their concerns, while a group ...
The environmental record of Trump's Supreme Court nominee has been chastised by activists and New Jersey’s Democratic congressional leaders.
Ady Barkan's message is that Medicare and Medicaid need saving.
A legal battle is escalating between the state attorney general and a Texas-based company over its plans to publish 3D-printed gun designs.
The funds are being withheld from local governments that have adopted "sanctuary" policies.
Forty-two percent of New Jersey’s greenhouse gas pollution comes from tailpipes.
Rep. Frank Pallone has represented Long Branch since 1988 in Congress. Pallone describes his continued push to protect the coastline from offshore drilling, and what's special about the Jersey Shore.
Rep. Frank Pallone spoke about the separation of children policy, and his recent visit to an Elizabeth detention center.
At a news conference on legislation meant to lower the cost of prescription drugs, Sen. Bob Menendez responded to last week's harsh rebuke from the Senate Ethics Committee.
Rep. Frank Pallone is calling out the FDA for delaying a rule that will allow Juul to stay on the market until 2022 without review or regulation.
New Jersey has 12 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, six of them look safe for the Democrats. Six others could change hands, including five Republican seats.
Pallone's town hall was sparsely attended, but impassioned voters were there hoping to get the ear of a ranking Washington Democrat.
With little help from Republicans in Washington, Pallone and his Democratic colleagues are counting on state leaders to keep what’s left of the Affordable Care Act intact.
The American Gaming Association estimates Americans will bet more than $10 billion on the upcoming 2018 NCAA men’s basketball tournament. They say 97 percent of that money will be bet illegally.