Although more women than ever before will be sworn into Congress in January, Princeton Professor Tali Mendelberg says women still need to learn how to speak up more.
Gov. Chris Christie met with the congressional delegation to discuss post-Hurricane Sandy aftermath and the recovery process.
Lawmakers are discussing the possibility of an increase to New Jersey's minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $8.50. Some say it will hurt businesses while others say it will improve the state's ...
Legislators returned to the Statehouse in Trenton, but many say a new normal will emerge where they will address issues brought up by Hurricane Sandy.
Amy Handlin (R-13) says it’s time to learn some lessons from this latest disaster and is looking into several pieces of legislation more than two weeks after the storm hit the Garden State.
Sweeney Says Bipartisan Hearings Will Be First Step to Prepare New Jersey for Hurricanes and Tornadoes
Senate President Stephen Sweeney says hearings meant to gather information about the state's response will help with the rebuilding process, which is a bipartisan effort.
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver says she had reservations all along about the governor's proposed tax cut and now more so in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
With severe power outages continuing for days and weeks after Hurricane Sandy, power companies find themselves in the eye of a political storm with big new fines being proposed.
Gov. Chris Christie visited Somerset praising the National Guard and explaining the progress that has been made in the recovery process from Hurricane Sandy.
Assemblyman Scott Rumana (R-40) discusses the ongoing power outages across the state as well as the gas crisis resulting from the lack of power at service stations.
Former senior Obama advisor and Seton Hall University Law Professor Mark Alexander says the president should exercise his power a bit more during his second term to move the country forward.
Gov. Chris Christie told reporters he was disappointed Mitt Romney lost his bid for president, but in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and a nor'easter, he has more pressing matters to deal with.
Before he ended his night in front of jubilant Democrats in New Brunswick, Bob Menendez criss-crossed the state in a last-minute get out the vote effort.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski says many residents will likely be preparing for flooding this weekend ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. He also discusses subpoenas to Port Authority officials to ...
Gov. Christie told voters to vote to amend the Constitution so judges can have higher pension contributions.