Christie discussed possible Bridgegate indictments, the state budget and Baltimore.
Author and scholar Junius Williams speaks about the similarities and differences between the Baltimore riots today and the Newark riots of 1967 and where the Civil Right Movement stands today.
NJTV News Correspondent Erin Delmore talks about the limited deployment of NJ State Troopers to Baltimore.
Security experts say allowing businesses to scan your driver's license could compromise information stored in the codes.
Three rabbis have been convicted on charges they kidnapped men and forced them to grant their wives a religious divorce.
Weinberg has launched a legal battle to obtain documents to explain the IZOD closing.
The administration is also facing a lawsuit about pensions from public workers unions.
New Revel owner Glenn Straub wanted to hook up generators to restore power to the building that ACR Energy turned off.
Sheridan's sons say he did not kill his wife and commit suicide as determined.
Payne has introduced a bill that would retrofit tank cars to help prevent explosions during derailments.
From 1999 through 2013, New Jersey decreased its incarceration rate by 29 percent.
Martell's Tiki Bar has agreed to a one-month suspension and a $500,000 fine after a patron's wrong way crash.
Administration and public-employee unions sidestep Appellate Division and move straight to top court.
Florida developer Glenn Straub will buy the shuttered Revel casino for $82 million.
Asw. Schepisi calls Democrats' support of Menendez hypocritical because they rushed to judgement about Gov. Christie.