Sens. Booker and Menendez are putting up a bill to make sure passengers get a fair shake.
Panelists discussed the tax incentives New Jersey offered companies and its impact on the city's economy.
They wanted an explanation why Amtrak’s infrastructure kept going off the rails.
Rep. Gottheimer is part of the newly formed Problem Solvers Caucus, which is made up of 20 Democrats and 20 Republicans.
Laurie Woog discusses H-1B visas, which companies use to employ specialized skilled foreign workers.
The state corrections commissioner says crime and the state's prison population are down.
Morristown's Safe Place program aims to protect the LGBTQ community from hate crimes.
Transportation expert Martin Robins talks about how the recent track troubles in New York's Penn Station came to be and what it will take to get the system fixed.
When public employees retire with unused sick and vacation time, they get that money, which adds up.
Individuals with autism sometimes struggle to find a job. Jewish Vocational Service educates, trains and prepares those with autism for a variety of careers.
They're racing against the clock to have their objections heard.
Parents from school districts that believe they are underfunded packed the latest state budget hearing.
NJ collects $120 million a year in 911 fees but only about 11 percent is spent on that.
The Amazon fulfillment center in Carteret is the largest in the state. And there are three more centers on the way.
Commissioner Cathleen Bennett reported that the state is increasing quality, access and safety.