Throngs of student took to the streets in Newark and across the country, calling for action and government accountability.
Following a conversation with students in Newark about gun safety, Booker spoke about the need for common sense gun legislation.
Schepisi said everything is on the table and everything needs to be reconsidered when it comes to school safety.
Murphy spoke about the recent Florida school shooting, saying that words are not enough.
As the Murphys reveal their multimillion dollar income, the campaign keeps its focus on gun issues.
Murphy’s campaign is pledging to sign each of the gun measures that Gov. Christie vetoed during his tenure.
There are calls for giving prosecutors discretion in gun cases instead of imposing mandatory sentences.
Hackers are using ransomware to hold hostage the critical data of hospitals, colleges and municipalities. And many are paying the ransom they demand. But at what price? Judges are required to order ...
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses what measures President Obama may be introducing.
A bold move to improve Internal Affairs. With violent crime up and community trust in law enforcement down, a civilian's being brought in to oversee the internal affairs division of Newark's police ...
Sen. Weinberg wants to amend the law to have retailers offer smart guns alongside their other products.
New Jersey’s congressmen sound off about a government shutdown. Businessmen sound off about Obamacare. And new developments in the battle over same-sex marriage.
Congressman Frank Pallone (D-6) called the Republicans' actions childish and said they shouldn't be using legislative issues as a reason to shut down the federal government.
Gov. Christie witholding an endorsement, Congressman Pallone getting one. And we've got an interview with Mayor Cory Booker. Plus, cracking down on carjackers. And coping with too much rain.
The Newark mayor says holding the special election in November would be better because more New Jerseyans would be involved.