Decision to end ‘Heat and Eat’ program, delays in new computer system threaten federal funding
Nearly 1 million residents live in dire economic straits in one of the nation's wealthiest states
Ezekiel Iwarimie wanted a house for his wife and kids, but what he got was a pitched battle to hold onto his home
Outcome of efforts to enact local ordinances may determine prospects for statewide law
Ex-governor talks about his career, his dramatic resignation in 2004 amid a scandal linked to his sexual orientation, and what his life is like today
Justice Department finds ‘pattern of unconstitutional policing’ and will appoint monitor
Local ordinances let two NJ towns refuse to renew licenses of businesses found guilty of wage theft, while stronger state law is in the works
Point-in-time count reveals that nearly 14,000 men, women, and children had no place to call home -- excluding tent encampments, abandoned buildings, and the like ...
Changes in federal utility allowance could mean less to eat for third of families now receiving food assistance
How do kids who have crossed the border from Mexico end up in New Jersey -- and in the state's immigration courts?