Touring the Granite State. Christie still Undeclared but meeting and greeting in New Hampshire. It's a mudslinging match-up in North Bergen. Chasing the Dream -- looking to escape poverty in Atlantic ...
Former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Peter Verniero says that the ban on cameras inside the U.S. Supreme Court has been in place throughout the tenure of the court. He says that it is time to ...
A court strips Christie of control over affordable housing. Citizens sound off about a tightened budget. Reconsidering security for DYFS workers after a shocking attack. Treatment for babies born ...
The court put decision-making about affordable housing back in the hands of trial judges.
Former Community Affairs Commissioner Lori Grifa says that battles over COAH have existed for years and that they will continue to occur.
Port Authority executive travel under investigation. The quest to lift superintendent salary caps. The master of tap -- Savion Glover. And the sweet, blooming cost of "Be My Valentine."
The U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing cases and rule if gay and lesbian couples have the right to marry.
"Dying on the Job" by Rutgers graduate Ronald D. Brown provides behavioral clues and contributing factors in workplace murders that few authors have attempted to explain.
One and a half billion in pension funds. Awaiting payments. The Meadowlands loses. Newark gains. But the big winner is... The governor on affordable housing. And the deal of the century.
Judge Jacobson will rule on a suit fighting the reduction of pension payments.
Christie said NJ doesn't have an overwhelming need for affordable housing, but many disagree with that assessment.
The State of the State. What the governor left out. Casino competition just across the New York border. Ethics complaints in the public versus charter school fight. And K-9 cops in training.
The NJ Charter Schools Assoc. has filed an ethics complaint against Rutgers Professor Dr. Julia Sass Rubin.
How is Homeland Security preventing home-grown terror? Port Authority reform. It's not over yet. The right to vote: it's not in the Constitution yet. And baby it's cold outside.
Jesse Jackson was in Newark where he advocated for a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right to vote.