Assembly Budget Chair Eliana Pintor Marin talks about this year's contentious budget negotiations and how legislators ultimately finalized a budget.
Some 35,000 New Jersey residents could lose SNAP benefits if Congress passes the House version of the farm bill.
A larger, more powerful board could help speed NJ Transit system fixes.
The film industry sees it as a way to lure productions back to New Jersey. Critics see it as a special interest handout, and the financial projections aren't entirely positive for state coffers.
For these folks the long wait is over, and the nation’s birthday will forever be connected to their U.S. citizenship.
Rep. Frank Pallone has represented Long Branch since 1988 in Congress. Pallone describes his continued push to protect the coastline from offshore drilling, and what's special about the Jersey Shore.
Forty-five years after the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision, a high court remade by President Donald Trump could overturn it.
New Mayor Andre Sayegh hopes a new community will herald a new era for Paterson.
Golden predicts that what Murphy and top legislative leaders went through this budget cycle won't be forgotten, but they'll be able to move on and work together in the future.
What do New Jersey residents get in return for all the new revenue being raised?
A budget deal has been reached between Murphy and key legislative leaders to avoid a state government shutdown.
With only a few hours remaining before a government shutdown took effect, legislators announced a compromise in budget negotiations.
New Jersey is in the midst of a full-blown budget crisis as legislative leaders have been locked in a struggle over a budget bill.
Democratic leaders and Murphy held separate budget news conferences Friday.
The new federal law would require school bus driver infractions to be logged within 24 hours in a database monitored by the federal Department of Transportation.