The court-appointed lawyer responsible for recovering more than a billion dollars for former customers of the commodities broker MF Global said Thursday he may go after the personal assets of company executives.
With No Child Left Behind essentially off the books, welcome to New Jersey’s new age — and labels — for school accountability.
Most New Jersey voters approve of the NYPD’s surveillance of Muslims in the state, according to a new poll.
Now that Mitt Romney has a clear path the Republican nomination for president, focus has begun to shift to who his potential running mate might be. Gov. Chris Christie’s name has been floated often. But the New Jersey governor repeated Wednesday that he has “a job to do here."
Firefighters remain on the scene of a large brush fire in the meadowlands of northern New Jersey that's producing plumes of thick, black smoke.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker is taking a long-simmering dispute with New Jersey Devils owner Jeff Vanderbeek public.
A computer voice guides 12-year-old Amir Accoo to spell the words he hears through his headphones: emergency, bulldozer, minutes. Accoo spells minutes wrong and is asked to try that one again, several times. Later, he clicks on a proofreading button.
Independent congressional investigators are raising questions about why New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie scrapped the Hudson River rail tunnel project in 2010.
An examination by New Jersey's largest newspaper, The Star Ledger, has found that political action committees are managing to get around the state's new anti-corruption laws.
Alongside pronouncements that the state’s business outlook is brightening, foreclosures of non-residential properties have been increasing in New Jersey.
Rutgers University is investigating as a bias incident a student newspaper's spoof column praising Adolf Hitler.
Port Authority officials are waiting to find out whether the federal government will allow a project involving the Bayonne Bridge to move through a faster permit process.
Both governors made big investments this week: one in infrastructure, the other in Israel.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he brought a little Jersey to Jerusalem this week in hopes of drumming up business and jobs back home.
You know that gift card you got but never spent? Well, New Jersey would be happy to take it off your hands.
New Jersey has, in recent times, been mostly a backwater when it comes to start-up orchestras that specialize in contemporary programming and offbeat formats. But no longer.
Cuomo gets a budget deal done early, while Christie live-tweets a Bruce Springsteen concert.