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.
Byrne served for two terms as governor from 1974 to 1982.
Drug policy expert Kevin Sabet discusses legalization versus decriminalization of marijuana.
Governor-elect Phil Murphy taps Christine Norbut Beyer to head Department of Children and Families and Carole Johnson to head the Department of Human Services.
According to new research, about 20 percent of the state’s population lives in hard-to-count communities, which could make 2020 Census data less reliable.
Mayor Steven Fulop and Public Safety Director James Shea announced Mike Kelly as chief of police after careful consideration throughout a thorough interview process.
Governor-elect Phil Murphy Wednesday appointed Carole Johnson as the next commissioner of the Department of Human Services and Christine Norbut Beyerto as commissioner of the Department of Children ...
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop announced the city's lawsuit to block the proposal to build a 300-slip marina along the southern portion of Liberty State Park.
The federal government appears to be walking away from an agreement with New Jersey and New York to fund the Gateway project 50-50, putting the future of the $29 billion project in jeopardy.
Gov. Chris Christie announced the state has awarded more than $35 million to provide intensive services to those with severe opioid use disorders.
Heavy-hitter Democrats show support at Hoboken mayor Bhalla's inauguration.
What does 2018 have in store for New Jersey?
A lot happened in politics in New Jersey in 2017, from Bridgegate to the government shutdown to the corruption trial of Sen. Menendez.
An explosive investigative report on dysfunction in the state medical examiner's office has the governor-elect calling for wholesale reform.