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?
Christie is changing his explanation on a controversial policy move just in time for the Republican presidential campaign season.
Christie pledges commitment to his day job moments before he talks exclusively to a national presidential campaign reporter.
Obamacare is helping state with budget problems, but hospitals worry the cuts will leave people in need.
The Governor renewed his call to overhaul New Jersey's ailing pension fund, but did not address a judge's ruling that he broke the law by shorting NJ's payment into the fund.
Forecasters are changing their language to emphasize potential harm rather than what type of storm is coming.
Don't raise taxes. Don't raise taxes. Don't raise taxes. We hear ya, gov. But about the gas tax? Are you pledging, or negotiating?
No more ferry trips between Lewes, Del., and Cape May today, as icy waters and high winds force the ferry to cancel several crossings through Friday morning.
About 75 percent of those killed in Newark are deliberate targets over drug territory, according to the police director. Of last year's 93 murders, 42 have not yet led to an arrest.
It's been more than two years since the New Jersey Nets crossed the river(s) and became the Brooklyn Nets. A look back at what they left behind in downtown Newark.
New York and New Jersey have startlingly different policies on the bivalve, which can help clean dirty waters and mitigate storm surges from hurricanes.
New Jersey Public Radio teamed up with New Jersey Citizen Action to host an Obamacare enrollment fair in Newark. Several who enrolled had gone years without any health coverage.