Assemblyman Gusciora and others have sued against the construction of two new buildings in Trenton citing a lack of transparency.
New Jersey is poised to legalize recreational marijuana next year, but speakers at a summit urged cops, lobbyists and advocates to slow the approval process down.
A New Jersey’s Institute for Social Justice study shows approximately 94,000 New Jerseyans can’t vote because of a felony conviction.
Over the course of two months, teams from New Jersey were sent to Puerto Rico for two week stints.
The first South Asian attorney general in the state's history, Gurbir Grewal, promises a fair and open administration.
In a subway walkway underground, near Times Square, police responded to reports of an explosion.
If police officers in New Jersey, in a town like Teaneck, have to accept concealed carry permits from other states, what would that mean?
The bills considered during the voting sessions were almost entirely noncontroversial. It's the lame duck session with a new legislature being sworn in on Jan. 9.
During the nine month long investigation, detectives in New Jersey’s Regional Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force went undercover online.
There was a lot of hallway activity as committees in New Jersey's lame duck Legislature rushed through a long list of bills.
Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, ranking member of the Transportation Security and Counterterrorism and Intelligence Subcommittee, announced she’s introducing a bill to restore $400 million in ...
It's unclear is how that $69 million settlement from Volkswagen will be spent.
Advocates for a clean DREAM Act are taking part in a hunger strike to show their dedication to the cause.
Federal Monitor Peter Harvey presented findings from the second quarterly report on reforms and grappled with concerned residents.
Rep. Chris Smith announced that the words "the bearer was convicted of a sex offense against a minor" will now appear in a convicted sex offender’s passport.