A recent Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations study shows that people with disabilities are a formidable voting bloc, nationally and in the state, with even more potential to tap.
Gov. Christie signed a bill making it easier for small businesses to get a surety bond.
After a terrible year and a state takeover of its finances, Atlantic City's mayor is hanging his hopes on the next governor. Congressional Republicans get set to gut Obamacare. Will the Democrats ...
Coverage of Gov. Christie's State of the State address and Democratic response.
Riveting testimony in the bridge scandal. Politics in the proposed pipeline through the Pinelands. And Atlantic City's homeless: out of tourist areas and into services.
The committee investigating the GWB lane closures heard testimony from Christina Renna.
Taking the heat. The governor explains how he's handling the bridge scandal. Evacuation order. A forest fire forces a school to close. And by the numbers. What should we do about growing student ...
Christie answered a question about the GWB lane closures during his 120th town hall.
The governor makes a move to shake up his administration. They never gave up. The shore town that fought for hurricane aid until they got it. And who took the trucks? How one fire department suddenly ...
Republican members of the special committee say the process hasn't been inclusive.
The governor's bridge scandal report. Does it clear him or raise more questions? A bad bug. Why are many students and teachers getting so sick? And how did New Jersey end up with the highest autism ...
Reactions were mixed over an internal investigation that found Christie was not involved in GWB lane closure decision.
Closing in on a budget. We'll look at New Jersey's financial challenges. Raw emotion as the Senate president reconsiders a gun control bill. And a traffic nightmare down the shore.
NJ Second Amendment Society President Frank Fiamingo says limiting the ammunition capacity will hurt citizens' ability to protect themselves.
A most unusual way to open the State of the State address. Gov. Christie takes on the bridge scandal and then lays out his agenda for his second term.