With almost no information to go on, Fair Share Housing Center sues to get the details on how decisions were made and grants awarded
Firsthand experience transforms Newark priest into activist fighting U.S. policies on immigration detention
Job applicants should compete on their qualifications, rather than be ruled out because of potentially meaningless arrest records or even minor convictions
Advocates and activists argue state's stand on civil unions prevents gay partners from enjoying federal benefits awarded married couples
Newark's much-touted initiative results in few arrests, although Mayor Cory Booker asserts it also serves as deterrent.
But pending opening of new centers in Woodbridge and Egg Harbor gives advocates reason for optimism.
With easing of laws, up-and-coming industry will join craft beer and wine as liquid boon to state's tourist economy
Senator wants to redress balance between doctor recommendations and insurance payments.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program pays less than $1.50 a meal, but some critics contend that spending is out of control
A homeless encampment outside of Lakewood inspires a suite of photographs, a documentary, and a book-length poem.