Sherrill wants a 9/11 style commission to investigate the U.S. Capitol Riot Jan. 6 domestic terrorist attack on the U.S. Capitol and domestic terrorism more broadly.
A Sussex County gym owner has been arrested for allegedly shoving and punching a police officer while participating in the attack on the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6.
There are many proclamations and hopes of what 2021 will bring. Let us add ours: the rise of the political center in both parties to unite us again as a nation.
New Jersey lawmakers, while pleased with the $900 billion package, say more aid is needed.
After two weeks of negotiations, the $908 billion bipartisan and bicameral coronavirus stimulus bill has been introduced as two separate measures.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is at the forefront of an attempt to forge a coronavirus stimulus deal in Washington.
The framework allocates $908 billion in total aid, including both new funding and the reallocation of previously appropriated CARES Act funding.
After winning a third term to serve New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District, Rep. Josh Gottheimer believes the party can use his success as a blueprint moving forward.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer and GOP Frank Pallotta squared off on issues that have defined the bitter race between the two, including the response to the COVID-19 crisis, their experience in the private sector, healthcare and federal aid in New Jersey.
The race to represent North Jersey’s 5th district pits Rep. Josh Gottheimer, an incumbent, centrist Democrat against Republican nominee Frank Pallotta, who has embraced the policies and supporters of President Donald Trump.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is urging leaders on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue to get back to the bargaining table in order to pass a COVID-19 stimulus bill.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law four measures that lawmakers believe will improve long-term care facilities that were at the heart of the coronavirus pandemic
The Problem Solvers Caucus offered their own proposals in an effort to restart negotiations on new stimulus legislation.
The bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus is offering a plan to help break the gridlock on the latest COVID-19 relief package and encourage negotiators to get back to the table.