Gov. Phil Murphy stood before a newly-opened bridge spanning the waves of Barnegat Bay and discussed the bigger waves he made by ditching the 'Ask the Governor' call-in radio show Thursday night.
In a WNYC interview, Murphy said the middle class has been 'decimated.'
Newspapers win a victory in Trenton. The governor loses out on priority bills. Who's got the power now? Out with the old, in with the new. Newark's shut down an inhumane lock up and opened a new one ...
Susan Berfield, Ilya Marritz and John Reitmeyer collaboratively reported on the American Dream megamall.
Toxic NJ delves into the issue of oil and gasoline contamination.
Two-tiered health care. The State Senate tried to clear up confusion over Horizon's new Omnia Health Alliance: who has access and are there gaps in coverage or hospitals in jeopardy. We'll follow up ...
Michael Aron explores the questions raised by the NJ DOT Commissioner’s resignation.
Experts list key lessons learned for handling disasters yet-to-come.
Investigating a disaster. What caused that fatal gas explosion in South Jersey? Rolling back the rates. Congress moves to make flood insurance cheaper. And joking around. A powerful Democrat shares ...
WNYC/NJ Spotlight Reporter Scott Gurian said that he did not find clear evidence that politics was involved in how the state distributed Sandy funds.
WNYC reporter Bob Hennelly who has been investigating the senator's activities. He says the real issue in the Menendez case is the appearance of a conflict of interest,
Unlike Tom Kean in 1985, Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron says Christie is vulnerable on a number of fronts.
Sen. Barbara Buono officially kicked off her campaign for governor, contrasting herself from Gov. Chris Christie by saying she will help everyday New Jerseyans.