Republican Strategist Roger Bodman and Democratic Strategist Brendan Gill discuss the week in politics with NJTV News Managing Editor Mike Schneider.
Essex County prepares for its annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Branch Brook Park, set to begin on April 5.
The challenges continue. Gov. Christie’s plans to complete the storm recovery. Dirty water. Will a river clean-up actually cause harm? And saving the shore with some amazing new plans.
Sen. Beck says this year the state will invest more aid in education than ever before, according to budget numbers.
Election Law Enforcement Commission Executive Director Jeff Brindle says that reforming the pay-to-play law would make it more understandable and enforceable.
Easter is April 20 this year and many events are scheduled throughout the state to celebrate the holiday.
He’s calling the war on drugs a failure. What does the governor want to do now? Cracking down on our highways. Why are so many people suddenly getting pulled over? And he’s not done yet. A former ...
Assembly Budget Committee Chairman Gary Schaer says that pension reform was done three years ago and other issues now need to be the priority.
The budget battle in Trenton where Democrats demand -- show us the numbers. Water worries in South Jersey. How safe are their wells? And the real faces of autism.
NJ Spotlight Founder John Mooney says that the school funding formula is confusing.
Follow the money. Why is Sandy aid headed far from the hurricane zone? Weekend in Vegas. Did the governor come home a political winner? And the midnight deadline approaches to sign up for Obamacare.
Republican Strategist Steve Some says GOP is searching for a candidate that will win the 2016 presidential race.
"Empire on the Hudson" author Jameson Doig says that proposing to break up the Port Authority would divert attention from issues Gov. Christie doesn't want in the public eye.
The governor's bridge scandal report. Does it clear him or raise more questions? A bad bug. Why are many students and teachers getting so sick? And how did New Jersey end up with the highest autism ...
NJ.com Senior Political Reporter Darryl Isherwood says that online gambling may be in trouble since the bill Congress is considering to ban the practice has bipartisan support.