Top New Jersey Democrats strongly condemned President Trump's refusal to denounce Russian interference in the 2016 election. Trump met with Russian president Vladamir Putin Monday in Helsinki and ...
Local counties across the country struck deals to house ICE detainees years ago. But the Trump administration’s policy to separate migrant families at the border put a bull's-eye on locals who ...
The new state budget hiked state spending by more than $1 billion. A major portion of that increase is going to something that most New Jersey residents know very little about: the state’s grossly ...
With the state already $46 billion in debt, will voters approve putting the state another billion dollars in the hole to fund education initiatives?
Gov. Phil Murphy says he will phase out the controversial PARCC test. What will replace it?
A gas-fired power plant in the Meadowlands received initial approval this week from the state Department of Environmental Protection, stirring outrage from environmental groups.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced his plan to phase out the PARCC exam with education commissioner Lamont Repollet at his side. Since the exam's introduction in 2014, it's sparked controversy statewide among ...
A larger, more powerful board could help speed NJ Transit system fixes.
The film industry sees it as a way to lure productions back to New Jersey. Critics see it as a special interest handout, and the financial projections aren't entirely positive for state coffers.
Golden predicts that what Murphy and top legislative leaders went through this budget cycle won't be forgotten, but they'll be able to move on and work together in the future.
A budget deal has been reached between Murphy and key legislative leaders to avoid a state government shutdown.
With only a few hours remaining before a government shutdown took effect, legislators announced a compromise in budget negotiations.
New Jersey is in the midst of a full-blown budget crisis as legislative leaders have been locked in a struggle over a budget bill.
Democratic leaders and Murphy held separate budget news conferences Friday.
Former Trenton insiders, Assemblyman John Wisniewski and Jack Ciattarelli, discuss the 2018 budget impasse as outsiders.