Poll finds more New Jerseyans are insured, but that they are dissatisfied with their options and the price of coverage.
PSEG's Ralph Izzo told a joint legislative committee he’ll shut down the utility’s three New Jersey nuclear power plants unless PSEG gets millions in ratepayer subsidies.
The move comes after polls have found the majority of New Jerseyans oppose expanding gaming in the state.
He engineered Bridgegate. David Wildstein tells the jury how he played "bad cop" in serving the governor's agenda. Casinos in North Jersey. The biggest proponents are tossing in their chips, ...
Experts say choosing goals that are small and manageable is the key to success in keeping New Year's resolutions.
A bold move to improve Internal Affairs. With violent crime up and community trust in law enforcement down, a civilian's being brought in to oversee the internal affairs division of Newark's police ...
Just 30 percent of New Jersey voters view Chris Christie favorably, according to a new poll.
Would he make a good president? What New Jerseyans think about the governor. The push to reduce traffic in the skies above the Hudson. And efforts to legalize, tax and regulate marijuana.
A Rutgers-Eagleton poll shows 59 percent said Christie wouldn't make a good president.
A Rutgers-Eagleton poll found just 37 percent of New Jersey voters have a favorable impression of him.
By Andrew George for NJBIZ
According to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Monday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leads Gov. Chris Christie by a double-digit margin among registered ...
New rules on Cuba. The impact on trade, travel, cigars? Carjacking down in North Jersey. Raising the gas tax. Who's pro? Who's con? Tray-free dining.
A Rutgers-Eagleton poll found about 56 percent of New Jerseyans oppose raising the gas tax while 41 percent support it.
Breaking a record for vetoes. Is bipartisanship breaking down? Lawyers coming and going for two key figures in the bridge scandal and beyond. After the snow, bitter cold and maybe more snow.
Hoboken Mayor Zimmer is asking the city council to retain a criminal defense attorney to represent her.