In 2001, Temporary Protected Status was granted to residents of El Salvador following an earthquake. Now, the Department of Homeland Security wants to revoke that status.
Sweeney and Coughlin say they're with Murphy and he's with them on the legislative agenda.
Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean and Assemblyman John Burzichelli say history will be the judge of Gov. Christie's legacy.
NJTV News coverage of Gov. Chris Christie's final State of the State address and responses from Assembly and Senate Democrats.
Today’s session was also notable for the seats that will change come Tuesday. Several longtime lawmakers were honored for their work, and said their goodbyes.
NJ Transit executives admitted the agency is already facing a $12,000 federal fine for missing a PTC planning deadline.
Students at High Technology High School recently won the Congressional App Challenge, which was set up as a way to encourage STEM education.
Friends, family and colleagues attended the memorial service for the late Gov. Brendan Byrne.
The task force recommends spending $400 million on upgrades to an aging system that costs the state almost a quarter of its treated drinking water every year.
State officials sound off against Trump administration plans to begin offshore drilling.
Byrne's legacy is still being felt in New Jersey.
A controversial bill to subsidize nuclear power plants was swiftly moving through the legislature, but in perhaps his final show of force as Assembly Speaker, Vincent Prieto decided to postpone the ...
A battalion of New Jersey Democrats, including Governor-elect Phil Murphy, voted to fight back against the GOP tax reform measure that capped state and local tax deductions at $10,000.
Michael Aron and a roundtable of distinguished guests share stories about Byrne and his legacy in New Jersey.
Brendan Byrne was accomplished, loved and admired for his humor. He was one of the most consequential governors New Jersey has ever known.