Ambassador Susan Rice was at Seton Hall University to kick off the Donald Payne Sr. Lecture Series.
Plans for New Jersey's first four-year private medical school have been announced.
Hackensack University Health and Seton Hall have agreed to start a private four-year medical school.
Spurring development to save Atlantic City. Emergency repairs for schools? The money's gone. Enrolling in Obamacare. This time, it's different. And what on earth is net neutrality?
Net neutrality has been a hot topic as of late, but many aren't sure what it means.
There's a hole in the budget deeper than we knew. And another credit downgrade. Does it take public outcry to make the punishment fit the crime? Cooking oil in your gas tank? Is that even legal?
Senate Pres. Sweeney wants AG to look into the handling of Ray Rice case and see if he was treated the same as others.
Game-changer drugs from Jersey. Fear mixes with hope in a Ukrainian community. Newark has new police recruits and a controversial reformed school system. We'll talk with the superintendent. And what ...
Ukraine and Russia have reportedly agreed to a ceasefire.
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.
Veteran teachers are leaving the profession and many new teachers quit before five years.
The non-profit mentoring group Junior Achievement of New Jersey strives to help students learn to succeed in the global economy with corporate role models.
New Jersey voters go the polls but the governor tells them to come back again in two months. We’ll you about the special election to fill the seat of the late Senator Frank Lautenberg. And the big ...
The Democratic primary race in the 34th legislative district pits Sen. Nia Gill against Mark Alexander.
The Democratic candidate for governor trying to line up Democratic votes. Plus, the governor vetoes the early voting bill. And the class of 2013 goes looking for jobs.