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The mid-term campaign's closing hours. Improving the climate of Newark's neighborhoods. Climate change. Dire warnings and calls to action. And congressional gridlock. Why both parties are to blame.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron offers a preview of Election Day in New Jersey.
Monmouth University Polling Institute Director Patrick Murray says that the local races in New Jersey will have more of an impact than the federal races on Election Day.
Candidates are at full power two weeks before election day. We'll close in on two hot races. Why is education's Common Core so contentious? Could consolidating school districts help?
Scott Garrett and challenger Roy Cho are exchanging accusations weeks before the election.
Ebola. We'll look at the politics, our preparedness and separate fact from fear mongering with New Jersey's chief epidemiologist. Plus, will casino union concessions save the Taj Mahal?
New Jersey political leaders debate if the screening at Newark Airport will be enough to prevent the spread of Ebola.
Inmates incarcerated without trial over-tax prisons and Jersey taxpayers. Taxpayers could be stuck with sky high repair bills or bad roads if the Transportation Trust Fund evaporates. And what ...
The House of Representatives approved $11 billion for the federal Highway Trust Fund through May.
Crumbling infrastructure. One lifeline reopens in Hoboken. How many more need help? Legalize gambling in North Jersey? At what cost? And you'll meet a real live action hero. New Jersey's own Monument ...
14th Street Viaduct connects Union City and Jersey City Heights to Hoboken, Weehawken and the Lincoln Tunnel.
Nefarious and inappropriate -- words the governor’s using for the people he fired in the bridge scandal. And Port Authority Chairman David Samson is suddenly gone. Plus, the inside story of New ...
Advocates for the arts hope lawmakers consider increasing the National Endowment for Arts.
Cory Booker celebrates his victory and talks about his goals in the U.S. Senate. Plus, a state Senate committee says OK to the governor’s latest Supreme Court nominee.