Is the George Washington Bridge traffic jam cleared up for Gov. Christie? Blight. Being demolished. Marking a day that will live in infamy. And this? From a science fair?
Hundreds gathered on Battleship NJ to remember the lives lost during the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.
Republicans sweep. Incumbents too. And Democrats get a wake-up call. New Jersey sends its first African-American woman to Congress. Along with a power broker's brother.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses the results of the general election in New Jersey.
Congressman elect Donald Norcross (D-1) says that the House of Representatives needs to have diversity and not consist of just lawyers.
Sandy two years later. The economic, emotional, physical and political ramifications of the wreckage and restoration. The congressional race in District One. Big problems over breakfast.
Republican Garry Cobb and Democrat Donald Norcross are running in New Jersey's First Congressional District.
No more reveille for Revel. The casino's closing for good. Also, a shocking shortage of teachers. A congressional seat empty. A jail way too full. And sneeze. It's a ragweed alert.
Since Congressman Andrews resigned in February, the first congressional district remains without a representative.
The low-salt winter. Why is New Jersey’s road salt still stuck at sea? Leaving office. Another New Jersey congressman says he’s had enough. And two former Christie aides say "no" to the bridge ...
Sen. Linda Greenstein says she will run for Congress in District 12.
Did a Christie family friend tour the bridge gridlock with the official who ordered it? A powerful Democrat runs for Congress with some big name supporters. And a prescription for trouble -- low salt ...
Donald Norcross announces his candidacy for congress in the first congressional district.
Gov. Christie deals with the second round of Sandy aid while dogged by Bridgegate issues. A child sex trafficking ring is busted. And an embattled congressman bids adios.
Rob Andrews says he will be departing from the House of Representatives Feb. 18 after serving for nearly 24 years.