Pat Foye of the Port Authority said under oath at Bridgegate trial that Gov. Christie protected David Wildstein.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker introduced the Surface Transportation and Maritime Security Act of 2016.
Ahmad Rahami faces federal charges from New Jersey and New York.
Lee Parker, who is homeless, and Ivan White, a Navy vet, found the explosives in Elizabeth and notified police.
Mark Sokolich admitted that statements he made and a letter to the editor to the Star-Ledger were inconsistent.
An unexploded device in Chelsea reportedly contained Ahmad Khan Rahami's fingerprints.
Smartphones in NYC received notifications that Rahami was wanted through the Wireless Emergency Alert System.
Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies shared information about three separate bomb incidents.
A coalition of Muslim-Americans say that they and the vast majority of America's Muslims condemn the latest violence.
Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich and Police Chief Keith Bendul testified about typical traffic patterns in the municipality.
Ahmad Khan Rahami was taken into custody in Linden after a shootout with police.
An explosive device went off in Seaside Park, followed by and explosion in Chelsea and then a backpack explosives.
Elizabeth's mayor and Sen. Bob Menendez talked about the arrest of the man suspected of planting explosive devices.
Federal prosecutors said Gov. Christie was told about the George Washington Bridge lane closures.
Officials discovered a total of five explosive devices and one detonated.