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?
After his brother’s death, activist works to end gun violence
Residents would have to earn $25 an hour to pay fair-market rent on two-bedroom apartment in Garden State
A degree doesn't guarantee a job, but a certificate instead of a B.A could mean a shot at one of 50,000 slots in state's 21st ...
About one-third of state’s kids are in low-income families, an increase of 20 percent since 2008
Helping patients find a permanent place to live called crucial part of effective medical care