A historic decision on gay marriage and suddenly New Jersey could become ground zero for the next court battle. Plus, more money from FEMA, more criticism for the archbishop and a threat to close down ...
State Democratic Party Chairman John Currie says the Democratic Unity breakfast will help party members come together during a time when members seem divided.
Campaigning for customers. Gov. Christie celebrates the comeback down the shore. Plus, the health commissioner with important information for flood victims. Catholics with strong words about their own ...
PSE&G Children's Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick held a prom for its young patients who might not be able to attend their schools' dance.
After Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on NJ Transit's equipment and facilities, officials with the transportation company are making changes to its operations.
Members of the CWA officially threw their support behind Sen. Barbara Buono in her bid for governor against Chris Christie.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan discussed successes in the post-Sandy recovery process and the $2.5 billion federal aid loss due to sequestration.
The work of Leonid Sokov will be shown at the Zimmerli Art Museum through July 14.
Children's Specialized Hospital President and CEO Amy Mansue says she's not surprised by Gov. Chris Christie's veto of a measure that would create a state run health insurance exchange.
New moves to manage hurricane recovery efforts while the damage estimate keeps climbing.
A Nor’easter bears down on New Jersey. Plus, the voters decide -- the president stays put. And Gov. Christie reacts to the rejection of Romney.
Gov. Chris Christie says President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney are in a dead heat leading up to election day.
Jobseekers waited in long lines at Rutgers for a chance to come face to face with nearly 200 employers.