They're taking sides. New Jersey's biggest political names making their endorsements in the Senate. We'll tell you who's backing whom. Plus, furloughs for thousands of New Jerseyans. And a graphic ...
A number of prominent South Jersey Democrats turned out this afternoon at a catering hall in the district of Senate President Steve Sweeney to announce their endorsement of Cory Booker.
Michael Aron: The fissure in the New Jersey Democratic Party reminds me of the episode in 2000 that came to be known as "The Twelve Days of Robert Torricelli."
New Jersey gets a new senator and candidates are already lining up to take that job. Plus, a new battle inside the Democratic party and a civil rights leader accuses the governor of breaking the law.
While Republicans have essentially left Steve Lonegan a clear path to the GOP nomination, Democrats are at the beginning of what could prove to be a bruising inter-party primary.
Cooper University Health Care in Camden is teaming up with MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.
Unlike Tom Kean in 1985, Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron says Christie is vulnerable on a number of fronts.
Gov. Christie addresses gun violence but stops short of taking a position on gun control. With Sandy aid close at hand, Jersey Shore mayors look to rebuilding. And there are signs that the Democrats ...
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron suggests a few things that Newark Mayor Cory Booker might want to consider if he does -- or doesn't -- make a run for the top slot in the state.
Add to the already crowded list of possible Democratic candidates seeking the party's nomination in the 2013 governor's race -- Chris Bollwage.
Camden Mayor Dana Redd cites the dedication of Cooper Medical School, a regional police system and work on the city's schools as indications that Camden has a bright future despite a rash of murders ...
Sen. Ronald Rice says the controversial merger is part of a larger plan to privatize public entities.
Today’s meeting was intended to give the general public a chance to be heard on this issue.
The four-story 103,050 square-foot Cooper Cancer Institute will be located just steps from Cooper University Hospital on the Health Sciences Campus.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron asks: Politics can be a blood sport in the Garden State, but does that actually interfere with business getting done?