New Jersey's first Chief Innovation Officer Beth Simone Noveck spoke about how government can harness technology to improve government services.
The proposal includes a fund designed to double venture capital investment through a public-private partnership.
The Treasury says the e-cigarette tax will generate about $17 million for the state and the transient accommodations tax on short term online rentals is estimated to raise $15 million. The state will ...
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 11 to 10 along partisan lines to advance Judge Kavanaugh's nomination to the Senate floor, but not without high stakes drama.
The task force assembled by Sweeney recommended shifting all new public workers into 401(k)s but not changing the system for vested employees. But others argued former governors and Legislatures ...
The Gateway Program Development Corporation announced the auditing firm Ernst & Young as the financial adviser for the Gateway Project. However, federal funding, which can make or break the ...
Much anticipated and watched by millions across the country, Thursday's hearing highlighted the great divide, not only between the Kavanaugh and Blasey Ford stories, but between Democrats and ...
Thirteen New Jersey community colleges will participate in a new, $20 million tuition grant program that could benefit 13,000 students.
A Port Authority vote boosts airport workers' minimum wage to the highest in the nation.
Amid the backdrop of the Kavanaugh hearings, the state Legislature votes to update its anti-harassment and anti-discrimination guidelines.
Bob Hugin's latest campaign event focused on policy proposals to reform the health care system.
According to a new report from the State Commission on Investigations, juvenile gangs are eclipsing adult crews in violence and criminality.
Amid sexual assault allegations against the Supreme Court nominee, the Legislature takes a step to update their sexual harassment policies.
American Water needed to better protect its vulnerable assets, and 18 months ago launched a $37 million project to harden its perimeter.
The bill would require the attorney general to investigate all police-involved fatal shootings.