Gov. Chris Christie’s former deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly sits down for an exclusive interview to share her side of the Bridgegate scandal.
Senior Correspondent Briana Vannozzi sets the scene outside the Wildwood Convention Center where President Donald Trump will address 7,500 supporters at a reelection rally.
Two former mayors of New Jersey towns are traveling the state spreading the gospel of how sharing services can help communities hold down the cost of local government.
Amid indications that the high cost of drugs is impairing the health of some state residents, a senior New Jersey lawmaker is sponsoring legislation designed to bring some relief.
Monday, the Senate Education Committee held a hearing focused on discussing ways to improve nutrition in school meals.
The Murphy administration is drawing a line in the sand against climate change by taking steps through the Energy Master Plan to achieve a goal of 100% clean energy by 2050.
A grassroots movement is growing among gun-rights advocates in New Jersey, enlisting town halls in small, mostly rural sections of the state in their battle against gun laws imposed by Trenton, ...
Jersey City is looking to change the terms of the financial equation for commuters who opt to drive into town.
Tackling Trenton's toxic culture is the goal of Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg as she takes on a history of harassment, sexual assault and misogyny in New Jersey politics.
Cory Booker discusses his disappointment with the stringent limits imposed on the Senate's impeachment trial and more in a one-on-one interview with Senior Correspondent David Cruz.
Come April, flavored vape products, including menthol, will be illegal in New Jersey.
Neighbors rattled off a list of arguments against the latest expansion at the Turtle Back Zoo -- a roughly $8 million amphitheater that’ll seat 500 visitors at a time for conservation education ...
On Wednesday, Rep. Andy Kim held his 16th town hall since taking office last January.
The former head of one of New Jersey's most powerful Republican county organizations was sentenced Wednesday to a year and a day in prison for federal tax crimes.
Murphy's office says his state has become the first in the nation to guarantee severance pay for mass layoffs.