Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
With the highest property taxes in the nation, politicians talk about how to keep property taxes in check.
Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act begins Nov. 1. Exchange premiums in New Jersey increased by five percent, but that's still less than the national average of seven percent.
Governor Christie on the successes and failures of troubles post Sandy.
Michael Aron breaks down some of Christie's most notable moments from the third Republican presidential debate.
Congressman Donald Payne, Jr. spoke about the bipartisan budget agreement and if newly elected Speaker of the House Paul Ryan can maintain order.
Degnan still had to answer some pointed questions, mostly about the Bus Terminal.
Sandy survivors took splintered wood scraps and storm debris and built their own makeshift memorial in Trenton.
The FAA is looking to requiring drone owners to register their devices with the Department of Transportation.
Nearly $1.5 billion dollars was collected in revenue from the New Jersey Turnpike Authority in 2014.
Going into tonight's third Republican presidential debate, Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron talks about Christie's low poll numbers and what's expected of him from tonight's debate.
Democrats say hike taxes on millionaires and corporations. Republicans say more reform.
A Rutgers-Eagleton poll found that most New Jersey residents know nothing about next week's Assembly election.
Newarkers shared their stories of police encounters at a forum sponsored by Newark Communities for Accountable Policing.
New Jersey’s disbursed about $660 million in federal money for Sandy-damaged homes.