(NEWARK, N.J.) — Authorities say six people have been killed in a fast-moving fire that roared through a single-family home in New Jersey’s largest city. The...
The New Jersey governor was forced to cut pension payments to make up for lower-than-expected tax revenues, another dent in his brand as a no-nonsense reformer
The scandal over the closure of lanes to the George Washington Bridge "will be a footnote" by the time the presidential race is under way, the New Jersey...
Rachel Canning, 18, wanted $600 a month in support as well as tuition fees paid for her private schooling
(TRENTON, N.J.) — The convicted mayor of New Jersey's capital city was removed from office by a judge Wednesday, 19 days after a jury found him guilty of...
His approval ratings have plummeted since the scandal first gained wider notice
The latest documents in the investigation buffeting the New Jersey governor
Embattled Republican governors show different strategies for handling scandals.
Signals to the party's donor class that he is standing by embattled governor
Port Authority says it's sorry, months after lane closures that jeopardized the New Jersey governor's political future
Former campaign manager Bill Stepien joins fired aide Bridget Kelly in snubbing bridge investigation
More subpoenas issued in investigation
New Jersey officials say the state's current salt levels are "uncomfortably low"
Paul Ryan, Rudy Giuliani and Bobby Jindal lend support to New Jersey governor
Relatively speaking, that is. Hotel rooms near the stadium can be had for under $100, and scalpers say ticket prices should drop to $500 by Super Bowl Sunday. ...
Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich is an invited guest of Congressman Bill Pascrell
This 5th grader uses his feet to play his favorite instrument.
New Jersey Gov. Christie's political future has been thrown in doubt by his administration's recent scandals. But while some Republicans have taken pot-shots at...
After accusing administration of tying Hurricane Sandy funding to support for development project
Allegations of misconduct are 'wholly and completely false,' said Kim Guadagno