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.
Christie visit to 'America's most dangerous city' for a policy speech on crime was his first as a presidential candidate.
A hospital in Newark is $230 million in debt and struggling to stay open. There’s a willing buyer, but the state hasn’t approved the deal yet, and doctors are starting to leave.
Jersey City and Hoboken originally planned to launch a joint program to help residents get between the two communities. But then Citibike in New York City beckoned.
The Natural Resources Defense Council says New Jersey breached its duty to protect public resources when it accepted a $225 million settlement with Exxon.
The produce is growing up and Newark hopes the city will get a boost, too.
War, abortion and guns: Meet conservative Chris Christie.
The New Jersey Governor formally launched his Presidential candidacy in the gym of Livingston High School, where Christie served as student president 35 years ago.
From the pulpit to the psychiatrist's office, mental health advocates are seeking to improve access to care among urban black communities.
The Supreme Court's ruling in favor of health care subsidies on the federal marketplace preserves the cost of insurance for nearly 200,000 New Jersey residents.
Christie is finally about to officially announce his candidacy for president.
Rahway is bustling with new restaurants, artist lofts and young people. And now other New Jersey towns want to find out how they can revitalize their downtowns.
If the Supreme Court rejects federal insurance exchange subsidies, Gov. Christie's contingency plan is for Washington to fix the Affordable Care Act. Others want Trenton to take control.