An ambitious concept of a city surrounding Newark Airport would contain 11 million square feet of new office and commercial space and another four million square feet for airport logistics.
Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Catherine Dunn joins Michael Hill to discuss her story about George Norcross' land deal along the Camden Waterfront.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, the New Jersey Democrat who’s running for president, says it’s not a matter of if House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is going to transmit the articles of impeachment against ...
A new medical marijuana dispensary is due to open in Paterson on Saturday — the first to come on line of six licensed by Gov. Phil Murphy, a move that eventually will double their number in New ...
Van Drew has always been a conservative Democrat. But Thursday he fully embraced President Donald Trump and the Republican agenda.
Amid cheers from a friendly crowd, Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday came to Elizabeth to sign a law allowing immigrants who are in the country without authorization to obtain a driver’s license, making ...
Liberty State Park is the focus of a battle pitting birders, preservationists and some elected officials against billionaire Paul Fireman, who wants the 21-acre Caven Point parcel for a three-hole ...
With the historic vote on impeachment looming, New Jersey Rep. Jeff Van Drew on Wednesday had still not confirmed that he is switching parties and joining President Donald Trump as a Republican.
The 2019 Medical Cannabis Symposium is a forum for physicians, nurses and pharmacists to understand the research behind cannabis.
With the stroke of a pen, Gov. Phil Murphy restored the right to vote to thousands of New Jerseyans on probation and parole.
In the ongoing legal battle over a New York City homeless relocation program, New York has filed a countersuit claiming Newark's rule banning the relocation of low income families in unconstitutional.
The state Senate voted to restore voting rights to 83,000 New Jerseyans on parole and probation.
The state Assembly voted Monday afternoon to eliminate religious grounds as an exemption from rules requiring students to be vaccinated in order to attend classes at public and private schools in NJ.
Pascrell and other Democrats from high-tax states have been battling to roll back the SALT deduction cap ever since President Donald Trump signed it two years ago.
20-plus year Democrat Rep. Jeff Van Drew is switching parties — and New Jersey Democrats aren't happy.