Chris Christie has suspended his 2016 presidential bid after a poor showing in the New Hampshire primary.
NJTV News has confirmed Chris Christie is ending his presidential campaign. His fate was etched in the Granite State's primary results. The debate bounce he anticipated went elsewhere, bouncing ...
The State of the State. What the governor left out. Casino competition just across the New York border. Ethics complaints in the public versus charter school fight. And K-9 cops in training.
Sweeney says Christie's State of the State speech didn't map out a plan for NJ's future.
Does a double veto doom Port Authority reform? The national politics behind that local decision. The New Year's minimum wage hike. And seniors going social in more ways than one.
Republicans and Democrats were surprised and disappointed that Govs. Christie and Cuomo vetoed reforms.
Opening talks with Cuba opens an old wound for State Police. Jeb is in. What does it mean for a Christie candidacy? The man who's moving a publishing giant to Jersey after nearly a century.
Jeb Bush announced he's actively exploring the possibility of running for president, as is Chris Christie.
Candidates score on just who votes. Democrats count on women voters. Should they? Why poll workers hold a special place. Where does your candidate stand on the arts?
Recent polls show unmarried women favor Democrats by more than 20 percent nationally.
Does an alliance with Christie help or hurt a state power broker? Does the governor's retort seem presidential? A small Jersey firm's decontaminates kill the Ebola virus.
Gov. Christie told a heckler to sit down and shut up in Belmar, which has been shown throughout the country.
Ebola. We'll look at the politics, our preparedness and separate fact from fear mongering with New Jersey's chief epidemiologist. Plus, will casino union concessions save the Taj Mahal?
Jeff Bell defended his comment that women tend to favor Democrats because of social programs they promote.
The immigration crisis at the border. Children fleeing violence there find shelter here. The number of New Jersey teens juicing on human growth hormone has doubled. And a bounty of blueberries. Jersey ...