Swing vote on redistricting panel offers no clues on how he will decide to cut House delegation from 13 to 12.
In the coming year, the governor's relationship with public- and private-sector unions will deeply affect New Jersey's politics and its economy.
How have New Jersey communities changed since the attacks of 9/11? The Brian Lehrer Shows asks this difficult question outright, and lets residents of a ...
Among the many distinguished winners of this year's Casey Medals, NJ Spotlight chose three that we believe deserve wider circulation.
Questioning past mismanagement and overspending, Governors Christie and Cuomo are not expected to approve the Port Authority's huge increase to pay for a $33 billion ...
World Trade Center cost overruns, economic downturn lead agency to seek record increases, but Christie and Cuomo are skeptical.
Angry over Senate president's collective bargaining bill, public employee unions manage to block endorsement at stormy convention.
But the battle is just beginning as Democrats spar over bosses' role, unions file lawsuits, and contract negotiations start anew.
NJ Spotlight asks mayors to speak for themselves about what brought them to the pension and healthcare reform bill signing
Why did the Democratic leadership line up behind the governor on pension and healthcare reform for public employees?