Altman has strong criticisms of the state's Democratic Party and says she supports that Working Families is willing to hold both parties accountable.
A new law will ease restrictions on when victims of sex abuse can seek damages in court.
Gov. Phil Murphy found a friendly crowd at the left-leaning New Jersey Policy Perspective annual conference.
Bob Menendez went to Augusta Pre-School Academy in Irvington to talk about his bill — the Child Care for Working Families Act.
Bad blood boils over as Murphy, South Jersey tensions heighten, threatening Trenton gridlock.
Murphy's proposed 2020 budget increases NJ Transit's funding by just 1%.
Roughly 900,000 New Jerseyans are food insecure. Nearly one-third of those are children.
In New Jersey, African American women are four or five times more likely to die of pregnancy-related complications than white women.
Housing and Urban Development Regional Administrator Lynne Patton toured a public housing development Wednesday with the Atlantic City Housing Authority Executive Director Tom Hannon.
The findings: a majority of tenants don't even know they live in rent-controlled apartments, and many don't know their rights.
Just one day after defending it in public, Murphy changed course on his controversial plan to divert funds for firefighters and their families in times of hardship.
The Real ID program is coming to New Jersey, and Motor Vehicle Commission wait times are expected to increase.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron speaks with Carl Golden of the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University about the political ramifications of the EDA's tax ...
NJ Transit now fields just 330 active engineers after years of starvation budgets and stalled hiring. It needs well over 400 for the railroad to run without interruptions from staffing shortages.
A decline in academy recruits and high attrition have created a staffing shortage at the DOC.