Murphy waved off questions on whether his Brady Campaign endorsement politicized the Las Vegas shooting.
State lawmakers on both sides of the aisle introduced bills to ban bump stocks in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Sen. Pennacchio introduced legislation to form a commission to help prevent wrongful convictions.
The suit brought by Attorney General Chris Porrino alleges INSYS made false claims to health insurers to increase the market share for the powerful opioid Subsys.
The prosecution implied that Menendez asked Melgen for campaign contributions, but couldn't prove it.
Enough donations poured in to fill four 40-foot shipping containers headed to Puerto Rico.
Federal prosecutors called former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius to the witness stand.
After the Las Vegas mass shooting, state politicians weigh in on what's next.
A large part of the government's case Thursday focused on Menendez going to bat with the state department for his friend and co-defendant, Florida eye doctor, Salomon Melgen.
The prosecution presented testimony about Menendez meeting with former Sen. Tom Harkin to intervene on Melgen's behalf in a Medicare overbilling case.
Menendez is accused of trying to intervene with the state department on behalf of his friend Dr. Salomon Melgen.
The first-ever U.S. Rail Safety Week aims to educate pedestrians and motorists about the danger of crossing train tracks without obeying the signs and signals.
Evaluators from around the region observed the unique emergency drill hoping for new insights.
Melgen owned half of a company that had a contract to screen cargo in the Dominican Republic.
New Jersey becomes the twenty-fourth state to adopt a fiduciary law concerning digital assets.