Longer school days for New Jersey school kids? Who's footing the bill? New charges of race discrimination leveled against New Jersey State Police. And is Gov. Chris Christie's favorite rock star ...
Major Gerald Lewis has filed a lawsuit accusing State Police Superintendent Rick Fuentes of racial discrimination.
Gov. Chris Christie is trying to increase the number of minority votes he gets in the election, while Barbara Buono has tried to show minorities that she is the best candidate for them.
Foreign aid comes to the Garden State. And it’s a major donation for hurricane recovery. Plus, new problems for the Rutgers president. New developments in the Senate race. And we talk to the new ...
Gov. Chris Christie traveled to Highlands with his wife to accept $4.5 million from the United Arab Emirates to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.
The Democrats work to find their voice and their message. Plus, a new poll shows two Senate candidates breaking away from the pack. And an army of teenagers invades the Jersey Shore to help.
Executive Director of the New Jersey Black Ministers Council Reginald Jackson has thrown his support behind Gov. Chris Christie but others say Barbara Buono is the right candidate for New Jersey.
State Democratic Chair John Currie says although Gov. Chris Christie has gotten endorsements from members of the black clergy, he's confident Barbara Buono will get the votes she needs.
The governor celebrates a Supreme Court ruling and has a warning for dune resisters. The Lautenberg family comes out for Pallone. Booker comes out with a new plan. And warnings about dangers on the ...
Gov. Chris Christie toured storm ravaged Sayreville with rocker Jon Bon Jovi, who pledged $1 million to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.
New Jersey voters go the polls but the governor tells them to come back again in two months. We’ll you about the special election to fill the seat of the late Senator Frank Lautenberg. And the big ...
The Democratic primary race in the 34th legislative district pits Sen. Nia Gill against Mark Alexander.
When President Obama announced his support for same-sex marriage, it became the top issue of the moment, and came up when the candidates were interviewed.
Christie delivered the knockout line to a friendly audience at a national policy summit of the American Federation of Children, a group calling for school choice and vouchers.