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Governor Christie is sworn in to a second term Jan. 21, 2014, at the Trenton War Memorial. Governor Christie didn't get to celebrate his second inauguration with a big party, but his fundraising committee was still able to donate nearly $225,000 to
In our amped-up, bloglodyte world, stories are chugging 5-hour Energy shots just to keep up with reporters and, it must be said, gossips...Later, a guest on the show added, "People need to step back," a sentiment with which all present were in accord.
26am For the politician formerly known as the Republican Party's presidential front-runner, the hits keep coming: hits to his credibility, hits to his governing style, hits to his reputation...Chris Christie's fall from grace is as dramatic as any in
As Governor Christie heads to Texas Thursday for the first in a series of out-of-state fundraisers, Republicans outside New Jersey say the George Washington Bridge scandal is not likely to scare away big donors. While allegations that his
Nearly four out of five victims who appealed a denial of rebuilding money succeeded in having their rejections overturned, said the report by Fair Share Housing Center. The organization said the rate of faulty denials shows serious flaws in the way
Juan Gris's Cubist still life Nature Morte a la Nappe a Carreaux (The Checked Tablecloth) sold for 34.8 million pounds at a London sale Tuesday, smashing the auction record for the Spanish artist. The 1915 work portrays a pile of objects including a
New Jersey lawmakers investigating a political payback scandal ensnaring Gov. Chris Christie's administration may need to get a judge to force two key figures to turn over subpoenaed documents. Full Coverage: Chris Christie and the GWB lane closure
The Record On Thursday, members of the Assembly will be back at work in Trenton after a quiet and snow-covered Wednesday to hear testimony on a proposed Sandy Bill of Rights as well as other bills some of which were passed in the last legislative
The liberal media will do all it can to keep this issue alive. The longer it is an issue, the lower Christie will drop in the polls...If Christie were a Democrat, this issue would just fade into the woodwork.
With the state's stormwater permit set to expire at the end of the month, the groups sent a petition Tuesday to the Department of Environmental Protection to require municipalities, highway operators and developers to incorporate green infrastructure