Bill Stepien, the former Chris Christie campaign manager fired in the wake of the Bridgegate scandal, will be the new political director in Donald Trump's White House.
The former Goldman Sachs executive released his 2015 tax returns this week, showing he made almost $7.3 million. That's more than 100 times the state's median household income.
The bill would have limited the time inmates could spend in solitary confinement to 15 consecutive days, and would have prevented the practice for vulnerable populations.
One county clerk calls the interest in absentee ballots unprecedented.
The jury goes home — without a verdict.
"Cowards!" a defense attorney yells at the Bridgegate trial. He was referring to Chris Christie and his inner circle. "They want this mother of four to take the fall for them."
A tearful defendant explains how she twice spoke with the governor and his chief of staff about the lane closures to make sure he was okay with it.
The wreck renewed questions about whether long-delayed automated safety technology could have prevented the tragedy.
The Bridgegate trial starts next week. Two former Chris Christie appointees face prison. But the looming question is this: What did Christie himself know?
Some say short-term fix based on borrowing may be the only way to restart road repairs.
How much are taxpayers paying for Christie's legal defense? The Attorney General isn't saying until after Trump decides whether to make Christie his running mate.
A story of hands-on damage control emerges from a WNYC freedom of information request.
Time for some more political activity in Gov. Christie's taxpayer-funded office.
Christie is proposing sweeping changes to the way student aid is allocated throughout the state.
A promise to pay for busing to private schools is straining the budget, and nerves.
What took Christie so long to lower flags to half-staff after the Orlando shooting? He won't say.
Terrence Body left the Christie Administration to join a private consulting firm, and his departure was met with little fanfare.
The siblings' lives have long been intertwined, from her appointment to the federal bench to a mysterious drug case involving his friend to the Bridgegate scandal.
Somehow, the Bridgegate scandal has taken us from a high school friend of Chris Christie all the way to Donald Trump.
A secret hearing to be held in June could be decided by a panel that includes Donald Trump's sister.