Angry words, but the work is done as the House finally approves $51 billion for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Jerry Walker has joined in the race for mayor of Jersey City against incumbent Jerramiah Healy and Councilman Steve Fulop.
Former DEP official Barry Chalofsky says Sandy served as a warning to New Jerseyans that climate change is here and that sea levels are rising.
Liberty Science Center President and CEO Paul Hoffman discusses the center's 12 Days of Science, going on now through Jan. 1. The event offers interactive learning experiences for children on winter ...
Joan Quigley (D-Hudson) says Hurricane Sandy is providing Republicans with the perfect excuse for lower than expected revenue.
Entertainer Bill Cosby was at the debut of the Saint Peter's University Performing Arts Center in Jersey City.
Small business owners are optimistic that they'll have a good holiday sales season, despite some setbacks from Hurricane Sandy.
Former U.S. attorney for New Jersey Herbert Stern wrote a book chronicling his time in office prosecuting corrupt politicians and officials.
Gov. Christie celebrates a landmark agreement.
Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer says after half of the city flooded from the storm surge of Hurricane Sandy, many are homeless. She is involved in the Rebuild Hoboken Relief Fund to help residents and ...
The governor takes a sentimental journey down the shore.
Hundreds of city residents have come through the FEMA registration center since it opened this week. A FEMA spokesperson says the most common need is housing.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy and its damage, voting in the general election has become a bit more complicated for New Jerseyans.
NewsHour‘s Ray Suarez spoke with NJ Today‘s managing editor and anchor Mike Schneider to get a ground report on how people in the Garden State are coping with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
After Hurricane Sandy devastated portions of the state, residents are facing difficulty traveling without many transportation options.