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.
A year and a half into his second term, what has Christie been doing, other than preparing to run for president?
A set of bills in the New Jersey legislature seek to make it harder for domestic violence abusers to keep their guns, and make it easier for victims to obtain them.
The Pope's new statement on climate change could give Gov. Christie, a Catholic Republican, an opportunity. Or it could drive him further to the right.
New rules allow homeowners to resubmit flood insurance claims, but many say they've given up trying to get more money.
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has offered $164 million in tax breaks to a company that contributed to the Republican Governor's Association when Chris Christie was chair.
Four reasons why the Mastro Report is at the center of both the upcoming Bridgegate trial and Christie's presidential campaign.
New Jersey State Police officers donned riot gear and fired tear gas after a group of non-ticket holders forcefully tried to gain admission into the concert.
The Port Authority won't disclose its deal to run the new observation deck.
After years of supporting the national standards, the Republican governor now says the system isn't working for New Jersey students.
An alternate route to graduation raises questions about whether it helps or hurts kids in poor communities.
School districts in New Jersey are announcing staff and teacher layoffs.
An NJPR investigation found that black children in New Jersey are more than twice as likely as white children to be taken away when parental drugs are involved.
An investigation by New Jersey Public Radio finds black mothers have their children taken away for things like marijuana use and not having a well-stocked refrigerator.
African American state employees say programs meant to encourage diversity and monitor discrimination are being ignored.
Community leaders in Paterson, NJ, are hopeful that a truce will end a cycle of youth violence that's long plagued the city.