Governor Christie promised a bigger cash haul for NJ's cash strapped government when he privatized the state's lottery system. Instead, it posted its worst return in 40 years.
Another week, another embarrassing incident for the school’s athletic department. The latest involves star football player Leonte Carroo, who’s just been arrested.
One charter school leader praises Mark Zuckerberg’s gift for helping start new charter schools and providing merit pay for the district’s teachers.
Union president John Abeigon says Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was "snookered" into trusting Newark leaders on how to spend $100 million gift.
A major corporate CEO is out and Bridgegate is back in the news. That can't be good for candidate Christie.
How the Facebook founder's $100 million donation to fix the struggling district became a political punching bag.
The CEO of United Airlines has resigned as the U.S. Attorney reviews whether a former Port Authority Chief received a free flight route in exchange for benefits for the airline.
A new book reveals how Sen. Booker and Gov. Christie chose to use private philanthropy, instead of public funding, to transform Newark schools—without public approval.
Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey says the deal is “our best opportunity among limited and flawed options.”
Hillary Clinton sent emails from a private server. Chris Christie sent an email from his private account. We wade into the debate and ask: How public is private?
With the price under $2 a gallon at some pumps, it may be time for a road trip in the Garden State.
The story of Donald Trump in Atlantic City is the story of any casino: Wins, losses and plenty of spectacle.
Environmental groups and Democrats have criticized the deal, saying New Jersey is settling for pennies on the dollar.
A two-year battle to stop a pipeline from crossing the conservation area is pushed through without a vote of the Pinelands Commission.
Conservatives' biggest gripe with Christie is over a hug that never happened. Nearly three years later, a mea culpa.
Does no taxes for America mean poor roads for New Jersey?
If court rules COLAs can’t be suspended -- as 2011 law allows -- state could be out $70 billion in projected savings over next three decades
Christie is losing badly in the Granite State, according to the polls. But he has a plan. And it was set in motion back in 2013.
Christie is doing horribly in the polls, but you wouldn't know that on the ground in New Hampshire.
The New Jersey Republican says he'd build new trans-Hudson rail tunnels if he's elected president, in spite of killing a similar project in 2010.