New Jersey Lottery Reports Drop In Revenues In Fiscal 2015The New Jersey lottery says its revenue in fiscal year 2015 was $960 million, down from $965 million the previous year.
Gov. Christie Orders Flags At Half-Staff For Mali VictimsAt least 20 people were killed in the attack on a hotel in Bamako, Mali, including 41-year-old Anita Datar.
Atlantic City's Financial Future Uncertain After Christie's Veto Of Rescue BillsAtlantic City's financial future remains uncertain, after Governor Chris Christie this past week conditionally vetoed a package of rescue bills that lawmakers passed in June.
Poll: Majority Of NJ Voters Say Christie Should Drop Out Of Presidential RaceSixty-one percent of voters said the governor should drop out of the race.
Clock Ticking For Christie To Decide On Bills On His DeskThe Atlantic City bills are among the highest-profile measures awaiting action from Christie, who is also seeking the Republican presidential nomination.
Christie: Regulating Fantasy Football A 'Stupid Idea'Christie chimed in after the debate moderator asked the question to former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who said someone should regulate it.
Sandy Victims Take Their Case To NJ Capitol On Eve Of 3rd Anniversary Of SuperstormSeventy-five percent of those who qualify for state assistance are still out of their homes and many point a finger of blame squarely at Governor Chris Christie.
Christie: Black Lives Matter 'Create' Call To Kill OfficersThe Black Lives Matter movement is creating an environment that can put police officers at risk, Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie said.
Christie Kicked Off Amtrak's Quiet Car, Offers ApologyNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie says he's sorry for making too much noise on an Amtrak quiet car.
Camden Waterfront Developer Has Seen Generations Of PlansCamden's waterfront began losing its industrial identity a half-century ago and ever since, it's been a place defined by big plans for a rebirth, many of which never came to fruition in a city that is now among the most impoverished in the country.
NJ Governor Opposes Flights Between Newark And Cuba Until Fugitive Returned New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is pushing to block potential commercial flights between Newark Liberty Airport and Cuba until a longtime fugitive is returned to the Garden State.
Poll: NJ Voters Say No To Gas Tax Hike AgainNew Jersey has one of the lowest gasoline taxes in the nation, and a new poll suggests residents want it to stay that way in spite of a dramatic need to find money to fix roads and bridges in the state.