The Chris Christie now appearing on a gubernatorial campaign trail near you is subtly different from the Christie of 2012. Glimpses of 2016?
Christie's role as head of the Republican Governors' Association will see him travel to six state in 8 days campaigning for GOP candidates across the country.
The governor will spend up to six days a week until Election Day campaigning for GOP candidates across the country, perhaps serving as a preview of his presidential campaign.
Although the rules say New Jersey lawmakers have to be present in the chamber for their vote to count, their staffers routinely cast electronic votes in their bosses' absence.
The end of the "Heat and Eat" program and possible cuts in federal funding frustrate state legislators.
In the middle of an eight-state, seven-day barnstorming tour for Republican gubernatorial and senate candidates, Christie concentrated on New Jersey Wednesday – in a very public way.
Last week, Gov. Chris Christie was exonerated of all, some and then none of the charges involved in the Bridgegate scandal.
A bill working its way through the NJ Legislature has advocates angry about what they say is the privatization of their city's school district.
Christie says he is "tired" of the "partisan" Bridgegate investigation.
In a South Carolina campaign stop, Christie was mobbed for selfies and was told he reminded folks of Ronald Reagan.
When Christie stumps for candidates in early presidential primary states this summer, a conservative group is following with attack ads.
Tonight, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney gets his footnote in the Bridgegate saga.
Christie came to Atlantic City to save it, but said nothing about how he's going to do just that.
New Jersey has exactly 100 bridges built before 1900. And if you're willing to put up with a little traffic, you can drive over one bridge that's more than 200 years old.
A construction trade and advocacy group says Jersey City's policy of using unionized contractors discriminates against non-union builders.
Some homes in New Jersey have flooded dozens of times, costing the national flood insurance program millions of dollars.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie heads to Mexico to talk trade.
Boardwalk behemoths are emptying out in Atlantic City in quick succession.
New Jersey is putting more pension money into private companies, real estate and hedge funds.
AT&T is sidestepping inquiries on whether it will furnish records of a deleted text to Gov. Chris Christie about Bridgegate.