"Sopranos" star James Gandolfini grew up in Park Ridge, attended Rutgers and gained national attention as Tony Soprano. He died at age 51.
This half-hour special program will feature news from the week since U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg’s passing on Monday at the age of 89.
Some of New Jersey’s leading lawmakers gathered in the gloom of Arlington National Cemetery to say goodbye to Frank Lautenberg.
In part three of his interview, former Gov. Jim McGreevey said employment opportunities must be made available to ex-offenders or risk their return to prison.
Former Gov. Jim McGreevey says that under no circumstances will he ever run for public office.
While he concedes that being governor was a career ambition, former Gov. Jim McGreevey says he spent most of his time in office involved in the antics of politics.
Dr. Hooshang Amirahmadi, a policy professor at Rutgers University's Center for Middle Eastern Studies, has been traveling overseas to raise funds for his campaign.
On the night of Sandy, Menchu DeLuna Sanchez protected 20 newborns at the NYU-Langone Medical Center. Sanchez's story caught the attention of President Obama who invited her to be his guest at the ...
Gov. Christie’s continued reign at the top comes as a surprise to no one, considering the year he had which culminated with his widely-praised response to Hurricane Sandy.
Gwendolyn Faison's story as an RCA electronics assembler is part of a documentary about African American women who participated in the war effort during World War II.
NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly is scheduled to embark on a one-year space mission in the spring of 2015 that would break the record for the most consecutive days in space by an American.
Gold medal winning soccer player Christie Rampone returned to Neptune among fanfare from fans.
Lloyd scored two decisive goals in the championship game which she described as her proudest moment.
The former New York Giants' running back founded Hamp's Camp to teach kids the fundamentals of football and life.