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Controversial Lawmaker Plans to Leave Assembly, Run for Morris County Job
WNYC | February 1, 2019 | Politics
Michael Patrick Carroll once made national headlines for a comment about slavery. He wants to become Morris County Surrogate
Former CEO of Amtrak Tapped to Take the Helm at NJ Transit in August
WNYC | April 7, 2016 | Transportation
Agency faces serious financial problems but is also working on third rail tunnel beneath Hudson River
Children of Syrian Refugees in New Jersey Find a Home Away from Home
WNYC | March 30, 2016 | More Issues
Islamic school in Teaneck connects them with their roots – and the transition to life in America
EPA Offered Help with Lead Found in Water in Newark Schools Back in 2003
WNYC | March 18, 2016 | Education
Former superintendent explains district had own battle plan for fixing problem and didn’t need federal’s agency’s involvement
Clock Ticks in Negotiations Over New Contract for NJ Transit Rail Worker Unions
WNYC | February 18, 2016 | Transportation
Strike deadline is March 13; share of health-insurance costs are main sticking point
Bridgegate Defendant Demands Release of Emails and Text Messages
WNYC | February 8, 2016 | Politics
Baroni alleges Christie’s lawyers are illegally withholding key communications, including exchange between former Port Authority executive and governor’s ex-press secretary
Is Your Neighborhood Toxic? It’s More Likely if You’re Poor or a Minority
WNYC | December 11, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Hundreds of polluted sites, many in low-income areas, are not being cleaned up, partly because state turned work over to private contractors
Latest to Fill United’s CEO Post Negotiated Fee Deal with Port Authority
WNYC | October 22, 2015 | Politics
Airline’s chief counsel has not been linked to alleged corruption involving former Christie crony being probed by U.S. Attorney
United Airline CEO Steps Down as Port Authority Probe Continues
WNYC | September 9, 2015 | Politics
Did airline set up special flight for former PA chair David Samson, longtime Christie confidante, in return for reduced fees at airport?
What's Behind Christie's Turnaround on Common Core -- and How Will It Affect NJ?
WNYC | May 29, 2015 | Education
NJ Spotlight's education writer talks with 'All Things Considered' about governor's reversal on PARCC-related academic standards
Why Were Homeowners Hit by Superstorm Sandy Left High-and-Dry by Their Insurers?
WNYC | May 15, 2015 | Sandy
Follow the money trail, which leads to a most unlikely culprit – the Federal Emergency Management Agency
The Christie Tracker: After Iowa, What's Next for NJ Governor's Quest?
WNYC | January 29, 2015 | Politics, Podcasts
After wooing GOP faithful at 'Freedom Summit," Gov. Christie launches website for new PAC, ‘Leadership Matters for America'
When Christie Got Into a Jam: Looking Back at ‘Bridgegate’ One Year Later
WNYC | January 9, 2015 | Politics
Twelve months ago, the public became aware of notorious ‘Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee’ email – and scandal followed
Food-Stamp Cutbacks in NJ May Hinge on Resolving Application Backlog
WNYC | September 26, 2014 | Social
Decision to end ‘Heat and Eat’ program, delays in new computer system threaten federal funding
Mega-Casino in Jersey City: Too Big a Gamble? Or Potential Jackpot for NJ?
WNYC | September 25, 2014 | More Issues
Details remain sketchy about waterfront complex -- including an auto-racing track and a convention center -- reportedly proposed by billionaire founder of Reebok
Christie Chooses Trenton Fixture to be State Transportation Commissioner
WNYC | September 19, 2014 | Politics, Transportation
Jamie Fox previously served as transit chief under Gov. McGreevey and has held many other prominent posts
It’s One Hell of a Commute for Thousands Who Ride the Bus to Work in NYC
WNYC | August 14, 2014 | Transportation
It’s dark, dank, overcrowded and unavoidable for many NJ residents. It’s the Port Authority Bus Terminal
Report: NJ Transit Didn’t Do a Super Job in Handling Super Bowl Crowds
WNYC | August 12, 2014 | Transportation
Problems included squabbling among top NJ officials over how to manage situation and lack of adequate planning, consultant says
What Became of Text Message Sent by Top Aide to Chris Christie?
WNYC | August 6, 2014 | Politics
Governor downplays relevance of communication sent around time that Bridgegate scandal erupted
Port Authority Looks to Clean Up Problem in Midtown Manhattan
WNYC | July 24, 2014 | Transportation
Agency allocates $90 million in capital expenses for quick fixes at 42nd Street hub
Feds Blow Whistle on Abuse of Authority by Newark Police Department
WNYC | July 23, 2014 | Social
Justice Department finds ‘pattern of unconstitutional policing’ and will appoint monitor
Does Obamacare Spell the End of Community Health Centers in NJ Cities?
WNYC | July 22, 2014 | Healthcare, Affordable Care Act
In an ironic twist, funding issues raised by the Affordable Care Act threatens primary-care clinics in urban areas
Does Chris Christie Believe in Climate Change and Its Impact on New Jersey?
WNYC | June 24, 2014 | Energy & Environment
A) Yes B) No C) Maybe D) All of the above . . . depends on when and where you ask the question
Federal Flood-Insurance Program Is Awash in Repeated Claims for Damages
WNYC | June 24, 2014 | Energy & Environment
Homes in NJ and NY classified as ‘severe and repetitive loss’ properties cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars
Mapping Poverty in New Jersey
WNYC | December 9, 2011 | More Issues
Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau makes it possible to pinpoint poverty throughout NJ.
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