Miles Winder III says politics shouldn't get in the way of the state or federal Supreme Court justices.
No break in the stalemate over bills to save Atlantic City from bankruptcy. The governor fights the Assembly speaker and the mayor refutes their facts. Tracing the roots of the opioid epidemic. From ...
A blockbuster tax break on the chance a company will create jobs in Camden. Hoboken's antique gas mains get replaced by flood-resistant plastic. And the crisis of immigrant children. A Guatemalan teen ...
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 11-2 in favor of Degnan becoming the next chairman of the Port Authority.
Booker beats Lonegan. Congress votes to reopen the government. And strong words in the governor’s debate.
Former Supreme Court Justice Gary Stein believes not reappointing sitting justices can damage the court's independence because members may worry about their rulings having an impact on their tenure.
A New Jersey congressman says it’s time to end the shutdown. Plus warnings about the New Jersey courts. And charges against a powerful politician.
Senate leaders will hold a hearing on Faustino Fernandez-Vina, but some involved in law say the war between Gov. Christie and Senate Democrats over Supreme Court nominations must end.
A new budget for New Jersey. You’ll hear the compliments and the criticism. Plus, another Democrat for the governor. A running mate for Sen. Buono? And Congressman Rush Holt on how to deal with that ...
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono hasn't picked a running mate yet and some are speculating who she may choose.
Michael Aron: Over the past decade, the Court has been filled by Democrats, Republicans, and Independents -- not simply by Justices.
Oliver says the Governor’s call for a referendum on gay marriage is a way of sidestepping a tough decision, compared the right of same-sex couples to marry to the civil rights laws of the 1960's.