NJ is one of just five states that exclusively uses paperless machines, technology that experts say is outdated and vulnerable.
Guadagno and Murphy spar in the first general election gubernatorial debate.
Prosecutors used 37 email exchanges to show how busy Menendez's top staffers were trying to help Dr. Salomon Melgen.
The report has over 40 recommendations for combating the growing opioid crisis.
The White House released immigration policy priorities that are leaving immigration advocates concerned.
Guadagno claims Murphy promised to raise NJ motor vehicle fees and put new toll booths on Interstate highways like 287 and 78, but Murphy denies committing to anything like that.
Murphy waved off questions on whether his Brady Campaign endorsement politicized the Las Vegas shooting.
Democratic candidate Sheila Oliver and Republican candidate Carlos Rendo face off in the lieutenant gubernatorial debate.
Both gubernatorial candidates focused on property taxes and affordability at the AARP statewide summit.
State lawmakers on both sides of the aisle introduced bills to ban bump stocks in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Chronic underfunding and understaffing has left the state Board of Nursing unable to carry out its mission as a watchdog.
After 20 years operating as a for-profit institution, the former Bergen Regional Medical Center reopened its doors as the nonprofit New Bridge Medical Center.
Murphy is dominant among women voters, but will it translate to a diverse administration?
The suit brought by Attorney General Chris Porrino alleges INSYS made false claims to health insurers to increase the market share for the powerful opioid Subsys.
The prosecution implied that Menendez asked Melgen for campaign contributions, but couldn't prove it.