Local law enforcers armed with grenade launchers. To use against whom? Deporting families who put down roots here 23 years ago. How to raise taxes without appearing to raise taxes? Hike your ...
NJ is one of a few states that impose two "Death Taxes" on assets people inherit.
No more reveille for Revel. The casino's closing for good. Also, a shocking shortage of teachers. A congressional seat empty. A jail way too full. And sneeze. It's a ragweed alert.
Since Congressman Andrews resigned in February, the first congressional district remains without a representative.
Should the state constitution be changed to keep those accused of serious crimes locked up before trial? Jersey City after a capitol crime. Can a divided city come together? And economic engines. With ...
The Assembly passed the bail reform package, putting a question on the November ballot.
Residents say they're worried about their health since the train derailment.
The vinyl chloride disaster in Paulsboro: the NTSB spreads blame all around. The price of illegal dumping. And vaccinating kids against a deadly cancer.
Assemblyman John Burzichelli says he is offended by some of what he saw in the report by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) about the Paulsboro train derailment investigation.
Lawmakers take up the Death with Dignity Act. We'll tell you how they voted. The Senate President has some choice words for Governor Christie's opposition to his Sandy Bill of Rights. And a promising ...
Assemblyman John Burzichelli has proposed the Death with Dignity bill.
Bring back that cap. The governor calls out the Assembly speaker over the issue of arbitration. Pay attention. Police cracking down on distracted driving. And what’s Shaq doing with the mayor of ...
Christie was in Trenton to call the Assem. to approve a measure he conditionally vetoed.
Strong words as bridge scandal investigators take aim at each other. Who’s cashing in? The big money battle in college sports. And why is Ras Baraka running for mayor of Newark?
Assemblyman John Burzichelli says he is concerned that the Sandy relief process is not moving as fast as it should be.