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.
The budget battle in Trenton where Democrats demand -- show us the numbers. Water worries in South Jersey. How safe are their wells? And the real faces of autism.
Paulsboro residents filed a federal lawsuit against Solvay, claiming they released chemicals affecting tap water.
Problems or progress? Major new developments regarding Obamacare. Gov. Christie attracting big donors and interesting new poll numbers. And hundreds of shore residents facing another Christmas ...
Supporters of the Death With Dignity bill say patients would get some control.
Get live election results updated throughout the night after the polls close Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
It’s Christie versus the Supremes in a battle over affordable housing. Plus, disturbing news about a near-disaster. And a surprising compliment for the Newark Police Department from the ACLU.
The National Transportation Safety Board will release its final report about the Nov. 30 train derailment and Paulsboro officials' response in 12 to 18 months.
Mounting fears in New Jersey’s Egyptian community as the crisis in Cairo turns deadly. Plus, Cory Booker loses a court battle. Good news about jobs. And bringing a horse race to the beach.
Assemblyman John Burzichelli (D-3) says horse racing on the beach will bring excitement to Atlantic City and the horse racing industry.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron says both sides are mapping out strategies for long, bloody campaigns.
Assemblyman John Burzichelli says he and fellow Democrats know very little about the plan to have an outside company run New Jersey's lottery.
After a scandal with the university's basketball program, some wondered if the planned merger with UMDNJ would be in jeopardy.