The state of New Jersey said it had successfully issued bonds to fund a $72 million dollar tax appeal settlement with Borgata.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - The owner of a New Jersey racetrack who wants to build a casino there says the proposal can wait for six years.
The state has usurped nearly all of Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian's powers. So why do so many people want his job?
A new front-runner emerged Wednesday in the battle to be one of the two most powerful lawmakers in Trenton, as Democrat Craig Coughlin declared he had enough support to become the next speaker of the New Jersey Assembly.
Giving up a chunk of its reserves would make Horizon like a governor and Legislature whose poor fiscal stewardship irresponsibly allowed a pension crisis to develop.
WASHINGTON -- In the latest fallout from his high-profile foray into the effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Rep. Tom MacArthur has resigned as...
“This election is not going to be on my back,” Christie, a Republican serving in the last year of his second term, said at his final Statehouse news conference Monday.
Mayor David Mayer and his team face a primary challenge; the victors will face a GOP slate in November.
The last debate between Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli before New Jersey's June 6 primary reminded voters of the relative moderation of the Republican Party in the state.
MORRISTOWN, N.J. (AP) - Dozens of protesters congregated Friday at the office of a Republican congressman who wrote a letter to a donor mentioning that a member of an opposition group worked for him.
Gov. Christie is pushing to have a former colleague and Bridgegate lawyer appointed as U.S. attorney for New Jersey, but he faces stiff headwinds from within the White House.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli understands he must compromise with the Democratic leadership in the Legislature to put New Jersey on track fiscally.
N.J. medical marijuana patients see flaws in a bill that would fully legalize cannabis. They support legalization but say the bill does not allow people to grow marijuana plants for their own use, which would make cannabis more affordable.
More than 150,000 New Jerseyans who suffer from chronic pain, migraines, anxiety, Alzheimer's, autism or Tourette Syndrome may become eligible to use medical marijuana if the state’s health commissioner adopts the far-reaching recommendation issued by a panel of doctors appointed last year.
As he builds toward a potential presidential run in 2020, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker finds his signature brand of uplift at odds with a Democratic base that wants to fight President Trump.