New European Union tariffs on United States goods affect everything from bourbon to Harley Davidsons to cranberries. What's going to be the impact on New Jersey?
Under the new law, health care providers must inform consumers about any possible out-of-network services, before they’re performed, and how much patients are expected to pay.
Rutgers and its partners anticipate the COSMOS research bearing exponential benefits for humans, including safer streets and intersections.
Elie Honig recently stepped down as director of the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice in the state Attorney General's Office, after helping to implement an overhaul of New Jersey's bail reform ...
Gov. Phil Murphy addressed a crowd at Rutgers University and listed some 30 polices he has addressed during his first 100 days in office.
The Ernst Badian Collection gives insight to Roman history, as well as the evolution of currency.
As Clinton re-emerges in public life, where does she stand among Democrats as midterm elections approach?
Harvey says real police reform takes time, and that means the city might not comply with the timeline laid out in its federal consent decree.
Murphy announced plans to turn a hole in the ground, known in New Brunswick as the hub, into a large incubator for scientific and technological research.
Next week is an important one for the Garden State, as Gov. Murphy delivers his first budget address.
A report from the school's faculty union looks at hiring patterns, salary, promotion and family leave policies at the state university over a 20-year span.
A traveling Rutgers University exhibit traces the history of incarceration in America, including the internment of 120,000 men, women and children of Japanese descent.
A Rutgers study found NJ's high school equivalency tests are tougher to pass and more expensive to take.
Fueled by the 2012 bond act, new higher education buildings and lab facilities are springing up statewide.
Sergio Verdu, a renowned Princeton University engineering professor, was accused of making inappropriate advances toward a graduate student.