The defense says the judge's rulings favors the government's case, however the judge nixed a mistrial motion.
More than a decade ago, lawmakers approved creating a paper backup for the state's voting machines, but no money has been committed to enact the law.
Reverend Reginald Jackson said in his 20 years as executive director of the New Jersey Black Ministers Council said he found Menendez to be "forthright and honest."
A Harvard study finds significant improvements in student achievement after Newark school reforms.
Inspired by the Women's March on Washington, local organizers target red districts they hope to turn blue.
A new report shows how widespread the need for SNAP is in fighting food insecurity.
A task force of nurses, police officers, and parents of opioid overdose victims aim to connect with students to educate them and stem the opioid epidemic.
Menendez's advisor and friend Donald Scarinci testified about a $600,000 donation he solicited from Salomon Melgen.
A report by the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation shows an NJSPCA besieged by financial crises and failing to consistently respond to reports of animal cruelty.
Gov. Christie marked the fifth anniversary of Sandy saying there's still work to do.
One of the main allegations against Sen. Menendez is that he went to bat for his friend Salomon Melgen over a port security contract in the Dominican Republic. Melgen bought into a company that had a ...
The Republican candidate for governor, who campaigned at the Whippany Diner on Monday, vowed to ban sanctuary cities.
Booker environmental justice bill would face tough road in Congress.
The president's opioid commission held its fourth meeting on Friday but still awaits the president’s long-promised federal emergency declaration on the national opioid epidemic.
Guadagno, Murphy sharpen attacks as campaign heads into final weeks.