In December, former Murphy Chief of Staff Pete Cammarano told the Select Oversight Committee the governor wasn’t informed about the alleged assault based on advice from transition counsel, including ...
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg says she wants to hear and see more from Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez and Gov. Phil Murphy.
Gov. Phil Murphy’s top lawyer Matt Platkin testified he felt so concerned about state EEO confidentiality rules that he avoided telling his boss that administration employee Katie Brennan had ...
In his first year in office, the governor's victories were often overshadowed by his tense relationship with the Senate president.
Gov. Murphy forwarded Katie Brennan's email about a "sensitive matter" to Platkin and campaign attorney Jonathon Berkon, and those two decided it was time for Alvarez to leave state government. But ...
Murphy acknowledged commuters’ aggravation, particularly their concern that he might fix NJ Transit’s ongoing budget woes, in part, by raising fares.
Katie Brennan detailed a timeline of events after the alleged attack, outlining what the Murphy administration knew and when they knew it.
People are frustrated, tired, and surprised at how big a mess the storm Thursday night caused.
Lawmakers want to know why Katie Brennan’s alleged attacker, Al Alvarez, was hired for a top job by Gov. Murphy’s administration, even after Brennan reportedly told officials in the Murphy ...
The Legislature gave the green light for the special committee Monday and granted subpoena power for the investigation, passing resolutions in both chambers.
A bipartisan select committee on investigation will examine a sexual assault allegation against a Murphy staffer and government hiring practices.
The anger in Trenton is palpable after a report details the failure of the Murphy administration to investigate an alleged sexual assault.
The audit points out what every rail-rider already knows: NJ Transit’s cash-starved and poorly-run, infuriatingly inept at communicating with commuters and lacking strategic vision.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 11 to 10 along partisan lines to advance Judge Kavanaugh's nomination to the Senate floor, but not without high stakes drama.
Amid the backdrop of the Kavanaugh hearings, the state Legislature votes to update its anti-harassment and anti-discrimination guidelines.