Republican Strategist Patrick Torpey and Democratic Strategist Vin Gopal discuss the week in politics with NJTV News Managing Editor Mike Schneider.
Bullets take a record toll in Newark. Sen. Booker joins us with some solutions. The minimum wage is up, Obamacare is in full effect and ready or not: snow.
As 2013 came to an end, New Jersey had plenty of news throughout the year.
Children in need in Jersey City received gifts courtesy of the city's 17th Annual Holiday Toy Drive.
New developments in the GWB lane closure controversy. Strong emotions as lawmakers consider the fate of the DREAM Act. And looking for ways to storm proof the Jersey Shore.
Mayor Steve Fulop takes a new approach on his efforts on gun control.
Digging, scraping, slipping and sliding. And there’s another storm headed our way. Plus, the executive director at the Port Authority places blame in the lane closure controversy. And is a powerful ...
Democrats came out in support of Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo's campaign kickoff.
Public Question 2 on the ballot asks New Jersey voters if the state should increase its minimum wage.
Millions of dollars for homeless hurricane victims. A shakeup for Assembly Democrats. A battle over the minimum wage. And a power grid for the future.
Public Question 2 will ask voters if they support increasing the state's minimum wage to $8.25 and tie the rate to the cost of living. Supporters say it's fair for workers, while opponents say it's ...
The Supreme Court says yes to gay marriage. We’ll tell you what the governor had to say about that. Plus, a new poll in the governor’s race. And we talk to the head of New Jersey’s largest ...
Since the state Supreme Court upheld an order by a trial judge allowing same-sex marriage in New Jersey, couples are getting ready to tie the knot.
Complaints about the missing mayor. Plus, the governor getting some campaign help from a billionaire. The Senate majority leader taking aim at Rutgers. And A-Rod takes the field in Trenton.
Critics say Cory Booker should've made time for a forum in Newark with the Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate instead of holding a fundraiser with Oprah Winfrey in Jersey City.