Rates are highest in cities, among Hispanic residents and for families with five or more children
'Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee,' reads email from governor's deputy chief of staff
The Economic Opportunity Act is all about making NJ more business-friendly, but can it count you among its friends?
Playing tit-for-tat with the state's highest court is bad for everyone -- especially the people who call Jersey home
An August special election is a rare occurrence, will voters be just as rare?
The Buono-Silva team has grabbed attention across the state, and the country, but what does it signify?
The state may have sold off its public radio and TV stations, but their New Jersey audience continues to grow.
In the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, New Jerseyans do whatever's necessary to make their votes count.
Comprehensive Medicaid Waiver will help keep clients out of institutions, refocus treatment plans on managed care.
Now that the ACA has been upheld, New Jersey -- and other states -- must make critical decisions on a tight timetable.