Bill Stepien steps up to head group exploring Guandagno's gubernatorial run.
Do cops routinely stop black and Latino drivers so they can boost municipal revenue with traffic fines?
The bipartisan deal brings to an end the long-running standoff over the ideological makeup of the state's highest court.
Christie wants to take over Atlantic City. New Jersey already tried that with Camden. How'd that work out?
Christie, in his new role translating Trump to the masses, says Trump wasn't inciting violence.
The Republican Mayor says the state's proposed takeover of Atlantic City's finances violates the civil and constitutional rights of residents, and sets a dangerous precedent.
Bills for a digital forensics firm dating to 2014 were released Friday night.
A county prosecutor steps down after coming under criticism for his handling of the criminal probe into the death of John and Joyce Sheridan 18 months ago.
In his first public appearance since dropping out the presidential race, the Governor says a Democratic plan to pay for pensions will wreck the New Jersey economy.
The New Jersey governor ends his campaign after a disappointing finish in New Hampshire.
Bridgegate, Donald Trump and a weak ground game all contributed to Chris Christie's sixth-place finish.
Christie spent 42 days over five years in Iowa, all to finish second-to-last in the Iowa caucuses.
Rep. Scott Garrett has been a benefactor of the financial industry's largesse. But his views are costing him Wall St. cash, and might imperil his reelection.
Tough week for Christie and mistruths.
Short Hills Associates in Clinical Psychology disclosed the diagnoses and treatments of patients, including minors, in court papers.
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut lawmakers often have to fight for local needs — even popular ones.
NJ lawmakers move to pass a variety of measures to expand gambling to North Jersey and stabilize the state's shaky pension fund as the legislative session winds down.
Federal Judge Susan Wigenton said taxpayers were promised a transparent investigation and instead got "opacity."
An attorney for the taxpayer-funded internal investigation that exonerated Governor Christie is holding a fundraiser in Los Angeles.
The price tag for dealing with tainted soil at a home in Teaneck has cost $600,000 — and the property is still polluted with leaked heating oil.