Despite Bridgegate and a budget crisis, Christie is pressing ahead with 2016 preparations.
Paterson, NJ, was the place to go for affluent suburbanites looking to buy heroin. Then the undercover cops swept in. Hear how it all played out.
New Jersey has doled out more than $4 billion in tax breaks to businesses over the past four years to boost economic activity.
The Bridgegate legal bills are just starting to come in, totaling $4.4 million so far. But that number is going to increase exponentially -- that's because 43 people are getting their legal fees paid for by the public, and we have yet to see hardly any of those bills. Here's ...
1) None Of The Above did well in last week's election.
The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate -- one of only three statewide elected positions in New Jersey -- last ran for public office 36 years ago. He hadn't even lived in the state until he moved back in a ...
Is Christie acting as if the last five months were just a bad dream?
A new poll out from Fairleigh Dickinson University indicates that Gov. Christie's approval rating among New Jerseyans is 44 percent, a steep drop from the plus-50 percent approval ratings he enjoyed in his first term on the way to a landslide reelection victory. And an increasing number of New ...
Both Democrats and Republicans seemed dumbfounded by the lack of oversight exercised by at least one member of the Port Authority's board of commissioners.
A pot of federal Sandy funds that Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer famously alleged to be part of an illegal Gov. Christie shakedown scheme will come to the city after all.
At an event Monday in Little Ferry, notable for Zimmer's absence from the stage and Christie's refusal to take questions, ...
The New Jersey primary features a cakewalk for Cory Booker and a few hotly contested open seats for Congress.
Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. called Katz a friend and mentor to young people in the Bronx.
Martin Hume, 93, wanted to honor two friends who died in Word War II. So the veteran started a flag ceremony that takes place every evening of the summer season.
The first summer after Sandy was tough for many beach towns. As the second begins, the recovery in many places is just getting underway.
Chris Christie is hardly the first governor to raid the state's pension fund to plug holes in the budget. But it may be the end of the line for budgeting gimmicks.
Facing yet another budget shortfall, New Jersey's governor is cutting pension payments by $2.4 billion, triggering a major confrontation with the Democratic Legislature and the public employee unions.
A 24-year-old former mid-level staffer for Gov. Christie's government office — and later, Christie's re-election campaign — withstood more than five hours of questioning Tuesday at a Bridgegate hearing that shed light on the Christie political operation at the Statehouse.
But the hearing didn't tell us is who was responsible ...