Anderson is stepping down from her post and Christie will nominate Cerf to replace her.
Investigators probe the cause of a fatal Amtrak derailment. Stepping up military security. Tumult over turnaround schools. Better bedside manner? Be a horse whisperer. And a great white "Shark Tale."
New Jersey plans to reduce its charity care subsidies to hospitals because of high Obamacare enrollment.
Will that train or bus ride cost you more? Who's adopting electronic cigarettes? Your teens. Flu concerns for dogs and cats. The latest Revel ruling. And some major league hacking at Rutgers.
According to the CDC, e-cigarette use among high schoolers tripled last year.
A whistle stop in his home state between handshakes in New Hampshire. Planning for the inevitable. Detecting brain activity in coma patients. And restoring vital habitats in Barnegat Bay.
"Conversation of a Lifetime" encourages people to discuss end-of-life health care with their loved ones.
Sen. Linda Greenstein spoke about the how health care has changed for women since the closing of 58 family planning clinics.
Sen. Menendez has his day in court. Helping convicts get back home. Testimony the Transportation Trust Fund can survive. And expanding medical marijuana to include trauma victims.
The New Jersey Health Department is considering expanding the list of ailments medical marijuana can treat.
Assemblyman Reed Gusciora says too many regulations are making it hard for physicians to prescribe and patients to get medical marijuana.
The right to work, to drive, to carry ID. For immigrants? Gov. Christie pitches his budget in Hanover Township while it gets a scathing rebuke in Trenton. Questionable tax breaks in Camden. Fighting ...
Newark City Council members disagreed with a consultant's report on hospitals.
A joint response team if Ebola lands here. Flu season is here. Are you protected? Why don't female veterans get the same benefits as males? Teaching teachers 3D printing.
Christie was at HackensackUMC to discuss New Jersey's response plan to the Ebola virus.