Tom Kean and Jim Florio say there’s no room for politics when it comes to protecting the environment.
Between now and the new year, a record 2.5 million state residents hit the roads, rails and sky-ways. Airline passengers employ a time-honored stress reduction travel technique -- puppy love. Payback ...
If the constitutional amendment is approved by voters, funds from environmental settlements will go into a special lockbox to be used by those affected by the pollution.
With sights on a gun bill lawmakers will try for the 53rd time to override a Christie veto. This time over a law aimed at keeping guns out of the hands of people with a history of mental illness. With ...
The Mercer Generating Station kills more than 70 million different fish and fish larvae each year.
Christie's ticket to the big dance. Or the not so big dance. But how he'll stand out on a crowded GOP debate stage could mean the difference between going big or going home. Jumbo jets are having ...
EPA Clean Air Regional Dir.: Clean Power Plan Provides States with Flexibility While Reducing Emissions
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Clean Air and Sustainability Division NJ Director John Filippelli talks about how New Jersey can improve under the Clean Power Plan.
A record in funding pensions, but Christie's still getting sued. A record deal: three cents on the dollar for despoiling the state. We get slammed with snow ... again. Bad news? Not for these people.
Environmentalists and some elected officials are questioning Christie's involvement in the settlement with ExxonMobil.
Some laud state agency for addressing long-standing problems with century-old infrastructure, others dismiss scheme as too little too late.
The governor's "No Pain, No Gain" tour hits the beach. Forcing the disabled into state-run group homes? The anniversary of the email that messed up the bridge. And the intrinsic beauty of bacon.
New Jersey Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel says the fracking bill that Gov. Christie vetoed is not a political issue, but is about clean water.
Governor Christie shows he's tough on crime. His veto pen to block a Sports Betting Bill. And a ban on trucking fracking waste across the state. Homestead tax rebates are postponed again.
Sen. Ray Lesniak that sports betting would breathe life back into Atlantic City and into Revel.
Inauguration day marks a new era in four major cities. And Atlantic City is attracting athletes. It ain't just for gambling any more.