Sweeney says the state can count on $2.9 billion from the federal government though a tax on C corporations.
Hard work, civility and common sense are the values that Van Drew says are needed in Washington.
Dire predictions from the governor in his budget address. Democrats fire back over so-called entitlements. And where did Rutgers get the money to join the Big Ten?
Christie has proposed spending $34.4 billion for fiscal year 2015, a 3.5 percent increase.
It's a done deal. The state budget is signed with little fanfare. The U.S. Senate race kicks into high gear with a handful of endorsements. A New Jersey zoo implicated in a lawsuit explains why so ...
Gov. Chris Christie addressed a large crowd in Sussex County where he said he got the vast majority of what he wanted with the state budget and defended his position on same-sex marriage.
A resignation in the Newark archdiocese sex scandal and a new accusation against the Archbishop. Plus, is Rutgers really sharing the wealth? Why is the Democratic chairman accusing Gov. Christie of a ...
Despite Christie's strong poll numbers, Assemblyman John Wisniewski says Christie is beatable because of a record that would be embarrassing for anybody to run on.
Mike DuHaime says Gov. Chris Christie is moving New Jersey in the right direction after inheriting a dire financial situation.
Gov. Chris Christie addressed a crowd in Bergenfield during his 106th town hall meeting.
Gov. Chris Christie says the state will still get revenues from the lottery and his tax cut plan will help New Jerseyans.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron says both sides are mapping out strategies for long, bloody campaigns.
Terror at the Boston Marathon. Two bombings and heavy casualties. Plus the impact that it's having on security in our area.
Gov. Chris Christie has proposed a 10 percent credit for property taxes up to $10,000 for those making $400,000 or less.
The emphasis is now on recovery, a theme that both the governor and the legislature can finally agree.