On a couch at a Center City hotel, he offered a close-up look at how he was won respect and admiration across the political world.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday signaled his opposition to a Trump administration proposal to search for natural gas and oil off the state's nearly 130-mile (209-kilometer) coast
Expected to soon announce a run for U.S. Senate to challenge Democrat Casey, Barletta, who has four terms in the U.S. House and a relationship with the president, has never had to run in a race as expensive or expansive as the one he is likely to enter.
"Pennsylvania is clearly quite extreme," one expert said.
The term 'gerrymandering' races its roots to a 19th Century Massachusetts governor who singed into law a re-mapping plan aimed at keeping his party in power.
MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. (AP) - A former ambassador to Germany and current Democratic nominee for governor said on Tuesday there's cause for concern about President Donald Trump's response to a deadly white supremacist and neo-Nazi rally.
Mary Baxter, a homeless and unemployed mother, recently won the $20,000 Right to Return Fellowship for formerly incarcerated artists.
President Trump is expected to nominate federal district court judges favored by New Jersey's two Democratic U.S. senators. In turn, the two senators are expected to sign off on the nomination of criminal-defense attorney Craig Carpenito as U.S. attorney.
The parties were before Judge Renee Marie Bumb five days after a state judge in Atlantic City ordered the project halted to work out a solution to the drainage issue.
"This is an extraordinary amount of money being spent so soon," said Larry Weitzner, CEO of the GOP media-buying firm Jamestown Associates. "It shows you how pitched the battle is and how intensely personal it has become for the NJEA and Senator Sweeney."
They introduced bills aiming to protect the special counsel leading the politically charged probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Crucially, both have teamed with Republican senators, increasing their chances of gaining traction.
His plan to legalize marijuana sets him up for a direct clash with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has urged a crackdown on drug offenses.
Prosecutors' allegations last week that U.S. Rep. Robert Brady's 2012 campaign paid a challenger $90,000 to drop out of the race may seem like a particularly brazen power play. But it's all part of the art of the political buyout - sometimes illegal, sometimes just politics.
After their push to dismantle the Affordable Care Act collapsed, Republicans said they can't to miss again when they take aim at cutting taxes and rewriting the tax code.