Christie answered a question about his firing of Bridget Kelly, but ignored demonstrators.
Asm. Greenwald said data and crime statistics speak for themselves and NJ should limit ammo magazine capacity.
Monmouth University poll found that Sandy victims are more likely to feel emotionally distressed than other in NJ.
Lt. Gov. Guadagno spoke to the tourism industry at the annual conference in AC, boasting about the state's attractions.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle says that Early Intervention Support Services statewide would provide better treatment for those experiencing a mental health crisis.
More than 100 demonstrators came to the PA Board meeting, calling for Samson to resign.
Sen. Cory Booker is pushing to expand the tax credit for working families because people who are eligible to receive earned income tax credit money are not applying for the benefit.
Since the involuntary outpatient commitment law passed, mental health professionals say there's positive results.
Homeless people in NJ can find a place to stay in shelters or transitional housing programs.
Weinberg says that Port Authority culture and business procedures "leave a great deal to be desired."
Demonstrators were escorted out of Christie's town hall meeting in South River.
Chairman of the Assembly Budget Committee Gary Schaer finds it surprising that Gov. Christie seems to be taking a back seat with a decision to prohibit Tesla from selling electric cars directly to ...
NJ Transit Executive Director Ronnie Hakim was in Camden to hear what riders had to say about transportation service.
Residents of a complex near a tent community worry about having homeless nearby.
Pascrell announced that Moonachie will be getting about $2 million in FEMA aid for the rebuilding of Borough Hall.