The governor’s handling of the storm has already lost the backing of some well-heeled party faithfuls.
David Samson steps down from his law and lobbying firm as federal prosecutors continue to investigate his tenure at the Port Authority.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie still hasn't officially declared himself a presidential candidate, but he's planning on spending three days in New Hampshire next week.
Menendez pleaded not guilty before a federal judge. He's charged with 14 counts of corruption that allege he used his Senate seat to benefit Florida eye doctor Salomon Melgin.
New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez has been indicted on 14 counts of corruption. Among the alleged crimes: securing visas for a wealthy donor's Dominican and Ukranian girlfriends.
The senior New Jersey Senator has been indicted for accepting gifts from a friend who is also a political donor.
Offered a chance to put wider restrictions in place, NJ State Investment Council says it will first look to tightening current regulations
A pop-up restaurant in Union Beach, N.J., offers a weekly night out for a town still struggling to recover from Sandy.
Allies installed in watchdog roles, an ethics panel disbanded, policies left unstrengthened. A year later, Bridgegate ethics reform in the governor's office is marked by unmet promises.
Only one women's Ivy League basketball team has ever won a game in the tournament. Now the undefeated Lady Tigers are trying to show they can compete for a national title.
Announcement that insurance payouts will be reviewed follows months of growing complaints that compensation was unfair.
Lest there be any doubt his presidential prospects are alive, Christie's supporters announced the launch of the PAC "America Leads" that can raise unlimited money.
Dr. Hanaa Hamdi spoke with parents at a school where a child recently died of suspected meningitis.
Unearthed calendars from David Wildstein show he had more contact with Chris Christie's inner circle than the governor has previously acknowledged.
Storm victims crowd-funded a trip to follow the New Jersey governor's presidential campaign.
An explosive new allegation links one of Gov. Christie's top aides with a questionable environmental settlement with Exxon Mobil.
Next year's budget calls for more in business tax breaks, despite depleted transportation fund and court-ordered pension payments.
Two Democrats and two Republicans drafted a letter to the New Jersey state senate asking legislators oppose the confirmation of Bob Barr.
A growing number of New Jersey parents are pulling their children out of testing. But federal funding may be on the line if 95% of students don't participate.
New Jersey sought $9 billion from ExxonMobil for the contamination of 1,500 acres of marshland. So why did the Christie administration settle out of court for $250 million?