The speaker carefully dodged questions about his stance on a millionaire’s tax, corporate business tax or legalizing marijuana, all of which are key components to the governor’s budget.
Hoboken to halt eminent domain proceeding at shipyard in deal with governor.
Democratic state Sen. Bob Gordon is being nominated by the governor for a seat on the Board of Public utilities, or BPU, a full-time job.
Former Gov. Christie announced a $200 million anti-opioid initiative last September. Murphy says his $100 million is a stronger bet because it's in the budget.
New Jersey leaders have tinkered with the 2009 school funding formula law, but under-aided districts still insist over-aided districts are benefiting to their detriment.
New Jersey has 12 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, six of them look safe for the Democrats. Six others could change hands, including five Republican seats.
The Monmouth University poll shows that 77 percent of people surveyed believe the main stream media disseminates 'fake news' at least occasionally, and 42 percent think they do it 'in order to push an ...
Pallone's town hall was sparsely attended, but impassioned voters were there hoping to get the ear of a ranking Washington Democrat.
As Clinton re-emerges in public life, where does she stand among Democrats as midterm elections approach?
The room at the DEP headquarters in Trenton was packed with people who had questions about how New Jersey will re-enter the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, otherwise known as RGGI.
The just-launched College and University Social Justice Coalition is tapping into a youth awakening after the Parkland school shooting.
The New Jersey Reentry Corporation’s fourth annual conference focused on finding solutions and best practices and included testimonies from experts around the country.
The current administration's stance on charter schools seems unclear in contrast with Christie's rapid expansion approach.
Despite this being the largest budget in state history, many organizations say the $37.4 billion might still not be enough.
Will Murphy's ties to organized labor last through a tough negotiation?