Assemblyman John Wisniewski says Gibson Dunn over-billed the state by about half a million dollars.
There were five bomb threats at Passaic High School in February, prompting an ongoing investigation.
Rutgers senior Sara Rosen says her roommates taped a symbol that looked like a swastika to her dorm room ceiling.
A lawsuit from a trooper claims that the state pressured her to overlook previously disqualified candidates.
Gov. Christie has nominated Judge David Bauman to fill a long-vacant position on the State Supreme Court.
Residents have seen an increase in unwanted solicitations from people wanting them to sell their homes in Toms River.
A jury found Johnson and Johnson knew of talcum powder's risks but failed to warn customers.
Advocates of tighter gun control laws and those supporting more gun owner rights expressed their views.
There are calls for giving prosecutors discretion in gun cases instead of imposing mandatory sentences.
Former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Peter Verniero discusses his interactions with the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and his lasting legacy in American law.
Apple says such software could be dangerous in the wrong hands.
Lawmakers heard about a program that helps people get housing and employment after being released from jail.
Senate President Steve Sweeney discusses the new set of Atlantic City intervention bills that Mayor Don Guardian and AC council members have vehemently opposed.
Senate Presient Sweeney wants Gov. Christie to join the conversation.
Antonin Scalia's death made the issue national. NJ has had judicial vacancies for years.