A most unusual way to open the State of the State address. Gov. Christie takes on the bridge scandal and then lays out his agenda for his second term.
Assemblymen Jon Bramnick and John Burzichelli weigh in on Gov. Chris Christie's State of the State address.
An arrest in the Newark Christmas killing as a 15 year old is charged with the murder of a 13 year old. The future of gambling in atlantic city and former Gov. Florio talks about New Jersey's energy ...
A dramatic increase in Newark's murder rate prompts city leaders to search for solutions. Drastic new steps taken in New Jersey's war on heroin. And the Top 10 Political Stories of 2013.
Senior Political Reporter for NJ.com Darryl Isherwood discusses his list of the Top 10 Political Stories of 2013.
The governor fires back on the lane closing controversy. Sen. Menendez takes on the White House over Iran. And a warning for millions of shoppers who may become victims of identity theft.
Sen. Bob Menendez says that there are not sufficient enough jobs in the job market for those who are unemployed.
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.
New poll numbers and a burst of activity as the Senate candidates head for the finish line. Plus, did the governor really change his mind on a controversial issue? And the last minute maneuvering to ...
Congressman Albio Sires (D-8) says talks between Democrats and Republicans are moving in the right direction and he's hopeful that a resolution to the government shutdown will come soon.