Letter from U.S. Court of Appeals to federal agency seen as a significant step by environmentalists.
Proposed 41-mile pipeline expansion would cut through two state parks and a wildlife management area in the Highlands.
The controversy over three heavily subsidized power plants continues, as critics argue they will cause prices to spike not fall.
Reliability Must Run contracts keep aging, inefficient plants on the grid -- for a price.
Some suggest that holdup is due to administration's unhappiness with the plan as it stands.
Industrial-strength water users say state surcharge is just a tax by another name.
High-voltage line would stretch 35 miles and pass through 15 towns in five counties.
Despite an early jump on the competition, LS Power's proposed West Deptford plant didn't make the cut.
By the end of the month, New Jersey's telecom and cable companies could be completely deregulated, a prospect that has consumer advocates unhappy and uncertain.
The Christie administration backs out of a regional effort to force some of the largest utilities in the U.S. to cut greenhouse gases.