Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law three bills that legalized and decriminalized marijuana in New Jersey.
Long-time North Jersey GOP State Senator Gerry Cardinale passed away on Feb. 20 after a brief non-coronavirus illness
A pair of bills designed to address criminality in using manipulated media content recently passed the Assembly’s Science, Information and Technology Committee.
Sen. Cory Booker and Rep. Donald Payne announced their support to remove President Donald Trump from the White House
North Jersey News Roundup for Jan. 7, 2021 recaps the attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump.
One of the objections to the bill President Donald Trump cite included the provision requiring Confederate-named military bases be renamed within three years.
The suit alleges the company monopolized the market for personal social networking services, as well as engaging in illegal mergers and other anti-competitive tactics.
Gov. Phil Murphy laid out two separate models of how many coronavirus cases New Jersey will face in the months ahead.
Two members of Congress highlighted the benefits to North Jersey of a defense bill President Donald Trump has threatened to veto.
New Jersey Department of Health released its guidance on how residents can celebrate Halloween this year.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is pushing a suite of legislative initiatives to prevent the next terrorist attack. Gottheimer’s proposal looks to thwart Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs) online arsenal to promoting terror and extremist threats that have continued to evolve since 9/11.
Gov. Phil Murphy’s use of the bully pulpit—and local law enforcement—appeared to have worked when it comes to the uses of masks around the Jersey Shore.
Several measures proposed by Rep. Josh Gottheimer and Sen. Bob Menendez were included in a $740.5 billion defense policy bill approved this week by both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
Civil rights leader Dr. Mary Frances Berry believes now is the time for Congress to enact police reforms that have been kicking around in Washington for years.