Mayor Felix Roque rode into office in 2011 as a populist reformer, but even some of his once staunch supporters are wondering if Mayor Felix Roque has begun to undo his good start.
The former governor, a strong Hillary Clinton supporter, talks Presidential politics.
Michael Aron: Over the past decade, the Court has been filled by Democrats, Republicans, and Independents -- not simply by Justices.
A bi-partisan group of legislators stood behind Gov. Chris Christie as he signed a bill that expands the rights of crime victims.
New Jersey’s leading lawmakers like Senators Menendez and Lautenberg challenge lax gun laws.
Assemblyman John McKeon says economic sanctions can help prevent Iran from creating nuclear weapons and avoid armed intervention.
The Newark council voted to submit an application to the state to create a municipal utilities authority (MUA) to manage the city’s water and sewer systems.
Trenton's embattled mayor Tony Mack has some critics thinking about running against him.
Republican congressional candidate Anna Little is embarking on a second attempt to unseat Democrat Frank Pallone.
Montclair High School classmates Emma Axelrod, Sammi Siegel and Elena Tsemberis created two petitions to encourage officials to choose a woman to moderate the presidential debates. A woman hasn't ...
Gaming, Sports and Entertainment Advisory Commission Chairman Jon Hanson believes funds will be available to finish American Dream and agrees with a recommendation he made in 2010 that gambling should ...
Gov. Christie was in Bergen County to announce a new solar energy initiative, but ended up answering questions about political patronage at the Port Authority and the Turnpike Authority.
Just six days after the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that judges are exempt from higher pension and benefit contributions, both houses of the legislature were called in this morning to rectify that.
The Deputy Republican Whip of the Assembly says that although the court ruling affects a small number of people, it has a big impact on the pension system .
Chris Cerf said he took an apartment in Montgomerty Township to be closer to work, but some believe he made the move for a better shot at getting confirmed as Education Commissioner.