Tuesday will be the governor’s day to shape reality. Monday, the liberal groups seized the bullhorn.
As the state spent billions to spur job growth and attract new businesses, a new audit suggests New Jersey has yet to see a return on that investment. Worse yet, there’s been little monitoring to ...
Politicians benefit from 501(c)4 affiliations, but where's the money coming from?
The undercurrent to legislation carried over from 2018 is the still-dicey dynamic between the governor and Sweeney, which they still insist is a figment of our collective imagination.
The state Comptroller's Office found lax oversight, and even possible misuse of funds, by the groups charged with distributing the money.
For this fiscal year, Gov. Phil Murphy and the Legislature raised taxes by $1.4 billion, and many legislative leaders are opposed to raising them again.
Murphy acknowledged commuters’ aggravation, particularly their concern that he might fix NJ Transit’s ongoing budget woes, in part, by raising fares.
Some of the Legislatures priorities saw a vote in the Assembly and the Senate, but some major priorities will have to wait until 2019.
Some of the reporters who cover the governor full time say it's been a rocky road in 2018, and that 2019 might not be any smoother.
Murphy isn’t accused of anything concrete, but his operation, his apparatus, dropped the ball on Katie Brennan.
Mail-in ballots are drastically changing the landscape of early voting this election.
Senate President Steve Sweeney wants more information on allegations of sexual misconduct against former Murphy administration staffer Albert Alvarez before he orders legislative hearings into hiring ...
Sweeney says legal weed bill could get vote next month.
On decriminalization, Jersey City Prosecutor Jake Hudnut and state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal meet to define roles.
The struggle between the two top Democrats in Trenton is seen now as personal.