In December, the Republican lead FCC voted to end the statute creating equal treatment for all internet service providers, citing a free market as the goal. Democrats in the U.S. Senate are poised to ...
The Supreme Court struck down a federal law that bars gambling on football, basketball, baseball and other sports in most states, giving states the go-ahead to legalize betting on sports.
Elected officials announced a $6 million federal grant that’ll buy a ferryboat for Carteret. The borough’s building a commuter ferry terminal to be constructed along the Arthur Kill Channel across ...
The city's newly elected mayor faces some major challenges.
Of 600 respondents, 70 percent support raising the income tax on households earning $1 million or more a year, while just 24 percent oppose.
It’s been five years since Chief Scott Thomson took the oath to lead a newly regionalized Camden County police force. Do the statistics match the resident's perception of crime in Camden?
Lawmakers say they expect both governors to support the Port Authority reform bill.
On keeping the controversial Katyn memorial statue in place, Fulop says "there's no groundswell."
A pending Supreme Court decision could strike down the 25-year ban on sports betting outside Nevada.
There was an air of celebration as Gov. Murphy prepared to sign a bill granting financial aid at state colleges and universities to unauthorized immigrants.
New Jersey’s Acting Secretary for Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis praised the governor’s plan of tuition-free community college to the Assembly Budget Committee.
Last month Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order binding the state to share gun incident data with the public monthly and quarterly.
Bramnick says Murphy's agenda is extreme and dangerous for the state.
Lawmakers slashed funding for homestead rebates during last year’s bitter budget battle and government shutdown, slapping a de facto tax hike on 600,000 New Jersey homeowners, most of them seniors.