An alternate route to graduation raises questions about whether it helps or hurts kids in poor communities.
School districts in New Jersey are announcing staff and teacher layoffs.
An NJPR investigation found that black children in New Jersey are more than twice as likely as white children to be taken away when parental drugs are involved.
An investigation by New Jersey Public Radio finds black mothers have their children taken away for things like marijuana use and not having a well-stocked refrigerator.
African American state employees say programs meant to encourage diversity and monitor discrimination are being ignored.
Community leaders in Paterson, NJ, are hopeful that a truce will end a cycle of youth violence that's long plagued the city.
Here's how United Airlines sought big fee reductions from the Port Authority, greased by a special flight route, fancy meals and campaign contributions — and how it all fell apart.
The time the soon-to-be-mayor of Philadelphia cursed out Chris Christie on Twitter.
Obama and Christie have something in common, and Christie hates it.
New Jersey releases immunization data for all schools. Most kids have most of their shots, but there are pockets where they don't — and where Trenton simply doesn't know.
President Obama heads to New Jersey while Gov. Chris Christie is in New Hampshire.
Were these Christie's final words on Bridgegate?
Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly say they'll fight charges that they helped plot the politically motivated lane closures at the George Washington Bridge.
In the town hit hardest by the George Washington Bridge lane closures, some are comparing Gov. Christie to Tony Soprano, while others are more forgiving.
He is down but not out. Why Christie still thinks he has a shot at the White House.
David Wildstein pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy charges that he punished the mayor of Fort Lee by closing lanes to the George Washington Bridge. See our Christieverse interactive.
He sent 150 state troopers to Baltimore to aide in the response to violent protests there.
Only about 10 percent of New Jersey residents who received state aid to re-build post Sandy have been able to move back into their homes. They are anxious, frustrated and angry.
Experts warn problems with adjuster estimates may be more widespread, but harder to find.
Elementary schools see higher participation rates than middle and high schools.