Congressman Frank Pallone is a co-sponsor of a bill introduced Friday that would require those who print 3D guns to go through a background check. Second Amendment advocates say it is a redundant ...
Toms River students sponsored a rally against gun violence in solidarity with the survivors of the mass shooting that claimed 17 lives at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
Those seeking gun permits in Jersey City have criticized the police department for its procedures.
Trump shadow-boxes with Clinton, jokes with Christie and raises enough to pay down state Republicans' debt and much of former candidate Christie's too. A campaign to extend nationally a uniform policy ...
The Pope calls for action now to save the planet and its people, especially those most vulnerable to the effects of climate change -- the poor. They kill twice as many people as die in traffic ...
Today's Garden State Express stories from Atlantic City, West Deptford and Bound Brook.
The 100-year-old law that governs elections is getting an upgrade; the proposals would make registration easier and voting less cumbersome. A New Jersey law to restrict gun violence is getting a ...
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow domestic violence victims to report firearms that haven't been seized.
NJ has a law that says three years after the first smart gun is sold, state firearms dealers can only sell smart guns.
Closing in on a budget. We'll look at New Jersey's financial challenges. Raw emotion as the Senate president reconsiders a gun control bill. And a traffic nightmare down the shore.
NJ Second Amendment Society President Frank Fiamingo says limiting the ammunition capacity will hurt citizens' ability to protect themselves.
An historic ruling on gay marriage, but the governor says he’s taking it to the Supreme Court. Plus, the inside story of Obamacare. And Gov. Christie’s hard words for some fellow Republicans.
New Jersey Second Amendment Society President Frank Jack Fiamingo says strict laws won't solve the problem of violence. He also supports having armed guards in schools to protect children.
Parents who lost children in the Newtown school shooting stood with Democratic leaders in Trenton to encourage lawmakers to further limit magazine capacity in the Garden State.
Frank Fiamingo, President of the New Jersey Second Amendment Society, says the latest round of legislation will do nothing to reduce crime, but will instead further restrict law abiding individuals.