Like it was briefly in the first Republican presidential primary debate last month, Atlantic City was again a topic for discussion on Wednesday night as the candidates debated one another at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.
New Jersey health centers are receiving $7 million in Affordable Care Act funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Gov. Chris Christie's decision to privatize New Jersey's lottery two years ago has yet to pay dividends, according to a report Tuesday by The Associated Press.
Gov. Chris Christie and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sent a joint letter to President Barack Obama on Tuesday requesting the federal funding and expedited approvals needed for a new Hudson River rail tunnel project.
According to a new Monmouth University Poll released Monday, just two days before the second Republican Party presidential primary debate, Gov. Chris Christie still trails most candidates in his quest to secure the party's nod.
Carey Lohrenz considers herself an average woman.
The Economic Development Authority voted Thursday to approve the second-largest incentive package ever slated for Camden under the Economic Opportunity Act, highlighting a day that saw the approval of well over $300 million in tax credits for Grow New Jersey and Economic Redevelopment and Growth projects statewide.
The state Economic Development Authority has cleared the way for developers to bring more than 600 housing units and a major retail project to the west side of Jersey City over the next several years.
Of the 190,000 jobs added nationwide in August, some 4,200 were added in New Jersey, according to the latest ADP Regional Employment Report.
A major New Jersey-based health care coalition released a report Wednesday in support of the passage of an out-of-network health care bill, which is currently being considered by the state Legislature.
United Continental Chairman and CEO Jeff Smisek has stepped down amid federal and internal probes into United's dealings with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which stemmed from concerns about a flight route tied to the personal travel of the agency's embattled former chairman.