Gov. Phil Murphy put off a much-anticipated meeting with legislative leaders in favor of a sit down with preschoolers where he announced the release of a second round of funding for full-day ...
As the state spent billions to spur job growth and attract new businesses, a new audit suggests New Jersey has yet to see a return on that investment. Worse yet, there’s been little monitoring to ...
The annual State of the Pinelands report describes the threats to the region and an action plan for conservation.
Politicians benefit from 501(c)4 affiliations, but where's the money coming from?
Banning smoking on the beach, reinstating the individual mandate, and bills that improving safety on school buses are some of the new laws going to effect in 2019.
The Democratic governor and Democratic lawmakers are sparring not over whether there should be a $15 minimum wage, but how long it should take to be phased in.
Most of 2018 proved to be a year of fits and starts with a few early victories overshadowed by failures to complete Murphy's biggest campaign promises.
For this fiscal year, Gov. Phil Murphy and the Legislature raised taxes by $1.4 billion, and many legislative leaders are opposed to raising them again.
According to a list obtained by NJTV News, there are 72 gubernatorial nominees currently awaiting confirmation hearings in the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Murphy acknowledged commuters’ aggravation, particularly their concern that he might fix NJ Transit’s ongoing budget woes, in part, by raising fares.
St. James Church in Newark was rocking Wednesday morning in anticipation of Gov. Phil Murphy’s visit, where Murphy and his progressive agenda are popular.
Michael Aron talked to political observer, and director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, Patrick Murray and asked him what's the take away from Tuesday's hearing.
Murphy's Chief of Staff Pete Cammarano said after the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office declined to press charges, the Murphy administration hired Alvarez anyway despite the sexual assault ...
The future of the Affordable Care Act is imperiled after a Texas federal judge ruled the law was unconstitutional.
The agency went from 12 percent to 100 percent of its goals in the first year of the Murphy administration.