The stabbing of a state case worker in Camden is raising questions about the Christie Administration's decision to remove police officers from New Jersey's welfare offices.
Three years ago, Gov. Christie’s religion was “none of your business.” Now, with a presidential campaign in sight, the governor is clapping in the pews and regularly talking about God.
Sen. Booker received $1.87 million from the securities and investment industry, making him the top recipient of Wall Street money and six other industries this election cycle.
If his foul mouth or Bridgegate doesn't get him, the Jersey Comeback that never was might.
We learned three things about Chris Christie this past year: He can raise oodles of money. He is tireless. And voters love his sharp tongue.
A controversial move used by Detroit is among the choices the New Jersey Governor is considering.
Ahead of a Wednesday summit on the future of Atlantic City, Senate President Steve Sweeney shared a proposal to lower the city's property taxes, up 53 percent in two years.
In Newark's North Ward, Latinos balked at Obamacare enrollment for fear it meant outing undocumented family members. But if the ACA is to succeed, it needs them to sign up.
For people with expensive, chronic conditions, ACA enrollment often comes with unexpected sticker shock.
Tens of thousands of Newark’s poor have applied for Medicaid since the ACA launched a year ago. Now if only someone would approve their applications.
Gov. Chris Christie wasn't on the ballot yesterday, but he is a face of the GOP wave. Here's why.
He'll return for his first full, six-year term after beating out Republican Jeff Bell and outspending him more than $17 million to $400,000 this election cycle.
Chris Christie made a push to win New Hampshire Monday -- for three Republicans, including, perhaps, himself.
Here are seven partisan battles Gov. Chris Christie waged this campaign season on behalf of the Republican Party. Guess which ones he really believes in?
Jeff Bell just moved back to NJ after 31 years away. On Tuesday, he’ll be up against one of the most deep-pocketed politicians in the state. Does the social conservative stand a chance?
Huge storms like Katrina and Sandy are here to stay; the firms that manage recoveries should be, too. But if this is going to work, five big things need to change.
Two years after Sandy and nearly a decade after Katrina, a look at how we screwed up and what we have learned.
Forecasters are predicting gains for Republicans in both the House and the Senate. But in New Jersey, Democratic candidates are making a strong challenge for two open GOP seats.
After a weekend of confusion and mixed signals, the quarantined nurse is sent home.
Gov. Christie made the comments during a keynote address to a US Chamber of Commerce Group.