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.
After seven years of study, Christie said the state is implementing its findings with a $20 million effort to clean up Barnegat Bay.
Latinos account for one in five New Jerseyans and more than half a million are registered voters in the state.
Federal prosecutors called former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius to the witness stand.
After the Las Vegas mass shooting, state politicians weigh in on what's next.
Legal service organizations are on overdrive as the deadline approaches for DACA holders to renew their status.
Democrats say Christie's plan takes money from programs he promised to fully fund.
Witness testified the senator was very angry over an issue affecting his longtime friend, Salomon Melgen.
Guadagno hammers Murphy on taxes, again. Is it working?
A report on the effect of the 2% arbitration cap, released without the permission of the full task force, becomes hot topic in gubernatorial race.
The governor said up to 1,100 hundred state troopers, local law enforcement and national guard members will be deployed to the island.
Five recommendations are offered of all legislation and regulations in the state.
A large part of the government's case Thursday focused on Menendez going to bat with the state department for his friend and co-defendant, Florida eye doctor, Salomon Melgen.