Chris Christie Suspends Presidential CampaignNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has suspended his campaign for the Republican nomination for president after failing to break out from a field in which non-traditional candidates are making strides.
Trump, Sanders Make Stops In New York After Trouncing The Competition In New HampshireThe next stop on the presidential primary list: South Carolina and Nevada.
Chris Christie Heading Back To New Jersey To Take Stock Of Campaign Following Poor Primary ShowingA big blow to Gov. Chris Christie’s campaign following a poor showing in the New Hampshire primary.
Christie In Support Of Zika Quarantine For Summer Olympics TravelersChris Christie said he would quarantine Americans returning from Brazil after the summer Olympics to keep the country safe from the spread of the Zika virus.
Cruz Defeats Trump In Iowa Caucus; Clinton, Sanders In Virtual TieVoters will caucus for their favorite candidates in the first contest of the election year and candidates will campaign until the very last moment.
Funding For Pulaski Skyway Repairs Becomes Center Of AAA SuitThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's expenditure on the Pulaski Skyway repairs has become a central part of a lawsuit filed by AAA against the agency over 2011 toll hikes.
Gov. Christie Calls For State Takeover Of Atlantic CityNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Tuesday the state will assume vast control over Atlantic City's finances and decision-making.
New Jersey Digging Out, Cleaning Up After Powerful Winter StormNew Jersey is digging out and cleaning up after a massive blizzard dumped more than two feet of snow on parts of the state and caused flooding along the Jersey shore.
Jersey Shore Towns Deal With More Flooding; Thousands Without Power Across Garden StateJersey Central Power & Light says about 27,000 customers were without power Saturday night, with outages along the coast from north of Sea Bright south to near Barnegat Light.
Christie Declares State Of Emergency As Major Winter Storm Socks NJA blizzard warning calls for from 4 to 14 inches of snow, with the deepest accumulations in the central part of the state.
Christie: Earlier Forecast Had Not Made Need To Return To N.J. ClearNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said late Friday that he had always planned to return home from the presidential campaign trail in New Hampshire if severe weather turned out to be likely.
Gov. Christie Says He'll Let U.S. Allies 'Vent' About Obama If ElectedThe New Jersey governor says he'll invite the leaders of Israel, Mexico, Canada, Great Britain, France and Germany to Camp David for separate meetings during his first months in office.