The chairman of the Port Authority apologizes for the bridge lane closures. Why are some towns seeing new salt when there's so much salt still at sea? And a congressman demands Gov. Christie spend $7 ...
NJ Transit Executive Director James Weinstein is leaving the agency amid criticism.
The governor addresses the bridge scandal and his future plans. The education commissioner says he’s leaving. And did NJ Transit really fumble its Super Bowl schedule?
Sen. Gordon says a March hearing will address issues at NJ Transit, including Hurricane Sandy and Super Bowl.
Gov. Christie deals with the second round of Sandy aid while dogged by Bridgegate issues. A child sex trafficking ring is busted. And an embattled congressman bids adios.
Mayor James Cassella says that East Rutherford did well with its pre-Super Bowl event, which exceeded expectations.
Charges and counter charges about the role of politics in Sandy relief. The Super Bowl approaches. So why are so many New Jerseyans complaining? And here's something we all can complain about -- ...
Former New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey says that officials have taken extraordinary preparations for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium.
She accused the Christie administration of abusing power. Now, a Hoboken official accuses Mayor Dawn Zimmer has been doing the same thing. New poll numbers for the governor and they are not pretty.
Fans gathered at the Prudential Center in Newark for Media Day, to see players from the Broncos and Seahawks.
Sen. Menendez fires back at reports that he’s been helping some fugitive bankers. Republicans sound off on the new committee investigating the bridge scandal. And a lawsuit, vacancies and maybe more ...
Despite predictions of early sellouts, area hotels and home rentals still have vacancies.
The U.S. Attorney subpoenas the Christie campaign and the state Republican Committee in the bridge scandal. The state labor commissioner says he can’t believe the big losses in the new jobs report. ...
Sens. Menendez and Booker met to get the message out that the Super Bowl is happening in New Jersey, not New York.
East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella says that the NFL should be giving a little more to New Jersey since it is hosting Super Bowl XLVIII.