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Hey Mr. President, "what the hell are we paying you for?"
That was among the many anti-Obama, strenuously conservative and combative lines that Gov. Chris Christie delivered today during a vital speech for him at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland. Not invited to CPAC last ...
Gov. Chris Christie offered Wednesday a detailed, step-by-step analysis of why Sandy aid has been slow getting to victims -- and why it is largely the federal government's fault, not his.
At a town hall meeting in Berkeley Township in Ocean County on the Jersey Shore, Christie downgraded his assessment ...
A principal faces a challenge—turn around a low-performing school in a poor part of the city. If the kids don’t improve, this might be the next neighborhood school to close.
Nine days after the smoking gun, "time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee" emails were made public in January, the FBI called Bill Stepien, Gov. Chris Christie's former campaign manager.
With new foreclosure cases continuing to pour into New Jersey courts, administrators have taken a key step to unclog the legal system.
The state-appointed Newark Schools Superintendent, Cami Anderson, is no longer attending the monthly school board meetings that draw hundreds of parents and community members.
On Thursday morning the New Jersey Legislature committee investigating Bridgegate issued its latest batch of documents: Unredacted emails from Gov. Christie appointee David Wildstein to key figures in the lane-closing scheme. The only real news to come out of the new docs was this exchange from last August, before the ...
Despite apparent conflicts, Christie "strongly, firmly" backs Port Authority Chair.
David Samson's law firm was hired for legal work on plan his transition committee recommended.
Amidst all the pension talk, a light blows out and Christie tells an adoring crowd it's to make him "look better."
During his budget address, the Republican governor called pensions an "entitlement," much to the dismay of New Jersey Democrats.
New York's Governor offers no reaction to calls for resignation of Port Authority Chairman David Samson.
New Jersey lawmakers are trying once again to reduce the number of bullets a gun magazine can hold - from 15 to 10.
Maybe it means the scandal-plagued governor is back to his old self. Maybe it means he's cracking under the pressure. Either way, Chris Christie has had a number of dicey encounters over the last week.
More potential conflicts of interest have surfaced for Port Authority Chairman David Samson.
The ruling that it was not unconstitutional for the NYPD to spy on Muslims in New Jersey has some in the Muslim community feeling uncomfortable.
Embattled by scandal and blamed for a slow Sandy recovery, Gov. Christie returned to a forum that he has tapped for populist strength during the first years of his governorship: The town hall meeting.
At a VFW hall in Port Monmouth, near the Shore so devastated by Sandy, Christie began ...