Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo says State of the County event was "governmental" and not "political" so Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono was invited as a senator and not a ...
Sen. Bob Smith, who owns a shore home in Lavallette that was flooded during Hurricane Sandy, says the new FEMA elevation guidelines were adopted as law too quickly. He worries the changes will be too ...
If the sequester takes effect March 1, Congressman Jon Runyan says that South Jersey may be especially impacted given that it is so "defense heavy."
As his political profile has risen nationally, Cory Booker's support in the city he’s led for the past seven years has continuously shrunk, prompting challenges from the city council.
The Poet Laureate of Newark's public school system discusses Newark politics and the current state of race relations in America.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg held a press conference in Paterson officially announcing that he won't run for reelection.
Congressman Frank Pallone says Sen. Frank Lautenberg has served New Jersey well during his 30 years in office, working to improve transportation and the environment in particular.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg held a press conference in Paterson announcing his decision not to seek reelection.
FEMA rejected a request of $1 million to repair the boardwalk in Ocean Grove because the organization that owns it is a private, non-profit, but Sen. Jennifer Beck is hopeful officials will reverse ...
Assemblyman Vincent Prieto, Budget Committee chair, says he is unhappy that state Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff didn't attend a meeting to discuss the use of Hurricane Sandy relief aid.
Hundreds went to the Statehouse for a public hearing on a sweeping gun violence prevention package to testify. Some yelled at legislators.
Family members of those with developmental disabilities gathered at Montclair State University to tell lawmakers that they shouldn't allow the closures of developmental centers.
Former U.S. Sen. Robert Torricelli urges residents to not rush to judgment against Sen. Bob Menendez. He says he likes Gov. Chris Christie, though he doesn't agree with all his decisions. And he ...
The former senator said he believes the fault in politics today is the lack of willingness of politicians to use the power they yield to fight for causes they believe in.
The Senate Budget Committee held a hearing in Toms River where members learned about the reasons for some of the delays.