Bridgegate

The New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge, which connects Fort Lee, NJ, and New York City, is seen on January 9, 2014 in Fort Lee, New Jersey. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is currently caught in a political scandal, in which one of his aides ordered The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to purposely cause traffic jams at the on-ramps to the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, NJ, due to political disagreements between Governor Christie and the mayor of Fort Lee. Christie claims he had no knowledge of issue and has since fired the aide.  (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Longtime Christie Aide Testifies In ‘Bridgegate’ Scandal

A longtime aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie testified before a federal grand jury Friday, in a probe of the politically-motivated lane closures on the George Washington Bridge.

04/04/2014

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie delivers his inaugural address after being sworn in for his second term on January 21, 2014 at the War Memorial in Trenton, New Jersey. (credit: Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

Poll: Christie’s Approval Ratings Stabilize

A new poll shows approval of Christie among New Jersey residents hovering at 51 percent.

04/02/2014

The report by a lawyer hired by Gov. Chris Christie is released on March 27, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Richard Drew-Pool/Getty Images)

Christie-Appointed Lawyer: Governor Not Involved In George Washington Bridge Plot

The report finds former Port Authority official David Wildstein and ex-Christie aide Bridget Kelly were behind the closures.

03/27/2014

Vehicles slow for tolls before crossing the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, N.J. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

New Emails Show Christie’s Ex-Adviser Was Updated About GWB Complaints

Newly released emails involving a political payback plot orchestrated by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s aides show the governor’s campaign manager was kept informed of complaints over September’s lane closures at the George Washington Bridge even while lanes remained blocked.

03/17/2014

Bill Stepien's attorney, Kevin Marino, right, reads from his notes during a court hearing in Trenton, N.J., on March 11, 2014. (credit: Getty Images)

Lawyer For Ex-Christie Campaign Manager Wants Emails From Bridgegate Committee

A lawyer for a key figure in a political payback scandal involving New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s administration is turning the tables by demanding that investigators submit emails to him.

03/12/2014

Former Port Authority Chairman David Samson (credit: Getty Images)

Reports: N.Y. Federal Prosecutors Withdraw Subpoena For Port Authority Chairman David Samson

A series of votes taken by David Samson as a Port Authority commissioner have raised ethical questions because they appear to benefit clients of his private law firm.

03/10/2014

(credit: Port Authority of New York and New Jersey)

Former Christie Aides To Make Their Case To Judge Tuesday For Withholding Documents

They say handing over personal emails, text messages and planning calendars would be like testifying against themselves.

03/09/2014

Gov. Chris Christie

Christie At Conservative Conference: ‘Start Talking About What We’re For’

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was in Maryland Thursday, returning to the national stage for the first time since the “Bridgegate” scandal, and touting his conservative credentials to a powerful Republican group.

03/06/2014

Mark Sokolich

Fort Lee Mayor Meets With Prosecutors About ‘Bridgegate’

Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich has met with federal prosecutors about the deliberate, gridlock-causing lane closures at the George Washington Bridge last year.

02/24/2014

George Washington Bridge (credit: Getty Images)

Former Christie Aides Refuse To Turn Over Documents To Investigators Looking Into ‘Bridgegate’

Sokolich also was asked to provide documents. The Bergen County Record reported t hat Sokolich sent a letter back to attorney Randy Mastro on Monday declining the request.

02/18/2014

GWB Lanes

AP Review: GWB Lane Closures Not To Blame For Any Deaths, Serious Medical Care Risks

A review by The Associated Press has concluded that a traffic jam on the George Washington Bridge deliberately orchestrated by members of Gov. Chris Christie’s staff did not lead to anyone’s death or seriously compromise their medical care.

02/13/2014

Gov. Chris Christie

Christie Makes First Public Appearance Since Bridgegate Erupted

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was in Chicago Tuesday, making his first public appearance since the scandal at the George Washington Bridge came to light.

02/11/2014

Anti-Chris Christie rally in Fort Lee on Feb. 11, 2014 (credit: Marla Diamond/WCBS 880)

‘Victims’ Of Fort Lee Lane Closures Protest At George Washington Bridge

About a dozen people took part in a noontime protest Tuesday near the base of the George Washington Bridge, where unannounced lane closures last September snarled traffic and made Fort Lee residents miserable for four days.

02/11/2014

FILE -- Gov. Chris Christie holds news conference on GWB lane closure scandal, Jan. 9, 2014. (credit: CBS 2)

Star-Ledger: Chris Christie Endorsement Was A Mistake

New Jersey’s largest newspaper says it now regrets endorsing the Republican governor for re-election last year.

02/09/2014

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie answers questions during his radio program "Ask the Governor"  on February 3, 2014, in Ewing, New Jersey. During the program, Christie took questions from callers for the first time in more than three weeks amid claims that a political vendetta was the cause of lane closures on the New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge that snarled traffic for days.  (Photo by Mel Evans-Pool/Getty Images)

Christie Talks About GWB Lane Closure Scandal For First Time In Almost A Month

Twenty people and organizations close to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are due to turn over emails, text messages and other documents involving an apparent vindictive plot to block traffic near the George Washington Bridge, though almost all the subpoena recipients have requested more time.

02/03/2014

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