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One of the most unexpected revelations that came during the first day of the Bridgegate trial was that former Senator Bill Baroni worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) from 2006 to 2010
PNJ Poll: Should Governor Chris Christie Resign?
Students are finding their niche in state politics and making their voices heard.
Few American defectors to Moscow ever return home—most fade away in a haze of vodka and regret.
The 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership has its share of boosters and bashers. But for those still uncertain what it's all about and whether it's worth it, here's a primer.
President Obama said there is no evidence Ahmad Khan Rahami had any link to the man who went on a knifing rampage in a St. Cloud mall on Saturday.
It's been an intense welcome to the job for new Police Commissioner James O'Neill.
Public officials shouldn't play us for fools: Denial only increases the probability we'll be unprepared for the next attack.
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney speaks on the aftermath of a weekend explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood.
NEWARK - In the first day of testimony in the Bridgegate trial, prosecutor Vikas Khanna from the U.S. Attorney's Office said during his opening statement that Gov. Chris Christie knew about the infamous 2013 lane closures at the George Washington Bridge and that Port Authority of New York and New Jersey brass David Wildstein and Bill Baroni bragged to the governor about it.
Local cops took a bombing suspect into custody today following an exchange of gunfire in Linden.
September isn’t over, but in its first sixteen days honesty firmly asserted itself as the central issue in Campaign 2016.
New York City needs to reduce ambulance response times to prepare for future terror attacks.
"I'm sure he wanted to get to a point in the investigation where we have facts," Andrew Cuomo said of Barack Obama.
Members of Russian opposition have been killed, imprisoned, harassed, beaten with a chessboard, revenge-porned, and literally 'doused with shit'
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was in Montclair on Sunday with her colleague, U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)(pictured, above, with Mo Butler of Mercury), at a fundraiser to support the U.S. Senate candidacies of Ted Strickland of Ohio and Catherine Cortez of Nevada.
The true objective of any protest should be to make a definitive change for the better, to work strenuously in order to tangibly improve the lives of individuals and communities in need.
NBC News is reporting that the weekend bombing suspect is in policy custody in Linden.
On this week's edition of NJ Capitol Report, state Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-Teaneck) argues the importance of creating a bipartisan agreement on the Transportation Trust Fund. She also shared why she believes The School Funding Reform Act of 2008 needs to be updated instead of implementing the “Fairness Formula.”
It helps to have a national perch without the clinging toxicity of Bridgegate, or so demonstrate the latest poll numbers of U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, according to Rutgers-Eagleton.