Seton Hall Associate Political Science Professor Robert Pallitto says Gov. Christie wants to get a legal opinion about what information is releasable in the GWB investigation and what is privileged.
Images of Gov. Christie and David Wildstein have surfaced showing the pair together amid the GWB controversy.
Major Gerald Lewis has filed a lawsuit accusing State Police Superintendent Rick Fuentes of racial discrimination.
Law enforcement agencies have teamed up to finalize security at MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl Sunday.
Federal auditors are investigating the Christie administration's use of $25 million in Sandy aid.
Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee questioned individuals who have been nominated for judgeship in Superior Court.
Wisniewski was disappointed David Wildstein refused to answer questions about the GWB lane closures.
The four men charged in the carjacking at the Short Hills Mall were arraigned in Superior Court.
Mayor Quintana has promised to hire new police officers to help combat the murder epidemic in the city.
Agencies are coordinating efforts to get the homeless into shelters from cold conditions.
Assemblyman and Speaker-elect Vincent Prieto (D) says that there needs to be a balance with the use of drones within the state so they don't interfere with residents' privacy.
Rutgers legal expert Ron Chen says it's unusual to ask for a stay because the law already has a religious exemption.
The New Jersey Division of Traffic and Highway Safety reported that there were 542 deaths on roadways in 2013.
Ahead of the first winter storm of 2014, the NJ Office of Emergency Management and AAA have made recommendations.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D) says that Newark has seen a brutal last two months in violence despite a reduction in crimes for 2013.