In an election cycle marred by inflammatory campaign rhetoric and insults that would undoubtedly earn a ticket to detention, schools across New Jersey have been struggling to find creative ways to ...
Politicians supporting Trump and Clinton spoke out the day after the final debate.
Trump supporters like Gov. Christie say he is talking about rigged media coverage.
While some millennials say they want to sit this one out, others say they believe it's important to vote.
Elizabeth Haines says gender stereotypes have an impact on how the presidential candidates are perceived.
Peter Jacob, who is running for Congress against incumbent Leonard Lance, found swastikas spray-painted on his home.
Senate President Steve Sweeney announced he won't be running for governor in 2017.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says he plans to support Phil Murphy in 2017.
Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence participated in the only vice presidential debate Tuesday.
Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli has announced he's running for governor in 2017. He's the second politician to announce.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop told a crowd outside of City Hall that the move is to unite the Democratic Party.
It was the first opportunity for many to see the candidates side by side.
Close to 100 million people are expected to watch the first of three presidential debates between Clinton and Trump.
The move comes after polls have found the majority of New Jerseyans oppose expanding gaming in the state.
News that Hillary Clinton has pneumonia brought up the issue of candidates' health.