A spokesperson for the governor of Puerto Rico says the biggest need is electricity to rebuild the infrastructure.
The governor remains a vocal presence in the state with only 117 days left in his term.
The organization recognizes the tough fight, but says they're tired of rising costs and betrayal by the Senate president.
Menendez failed to report any gifts he received from his co-defendant, Dr. Salomon Melgen, on his financial disclosure forms from 2006 to 2010.
Gov. Christie strongly condemned the Graham-Cassidy bill saying it's bad for the state of New Jersey.
Menendez, a senior member of the Senate Banking Committee, will look to require companies to better protect customer data and hold accountable those who fail to safeguard that information.
Federal prosecutors sought to limit how much the jury would know about services Sen. Menendez provided for his constituents, a request the judge dismissed.
Graduate students at Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations reacted to Trump’s first speech to the U.N.
Christie says he will pull funds from across the state budget to cover the cost of the initiative.
Opportunity New Jersey hosted an affordability forum in Paterson.
As part of the opioid commission that Christie chairs, pharmaceutical companies are partnering with the NIH to address the epidemic.
The Democratic gubernatorial nominee touted alternative careers and said his free community college tuition plan would cost the state about $400 million.
The governor took a verbal victory lap at the city's newest renaissance school to praise his administration's work in the city.
The Republican gubernatorial candidate campaigned in New Milford with other Republican members of the state Legislature.
The late state Sen. Jim Whelan is being honored Thursday in a public memorial held at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.
On Wednesday, Senate President Steve Sweeney and Sen. Ray Lesniak, along with ...