Republican Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic Senate President Stephen Sweeney have reached a deal to change retiree pension and health benefits by requiring public workers to pay more for both.
Met with cheers and jeers, Gov. Chris Christie on Monday encouraged Seton Hall University’s graduating class to “be a disrupter” like him.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said he never tires of being asked to run for president, but insists he’s still not doing it.
Governor Tom Corbett added a new wrinkle to the burgeoning debate over natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania this past week when he said some state colleges and universities could help ease their fiscal slight by allowing gas wells on campus property.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s presidential boasts and his popularity take a hit in a new poll.
Gov. Chris Christie insists he won’t seek the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, but a new poll released Thursday indicates he could give President Barack Obama a tough fight if he does.
Gov. Chris Christie said Friday that he’s not worried about businesses leaving for Illinois because Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is “a disaster.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie vetoed a bill Thursday that would have made his state the first in the nation to legalize Internet gambling. At a news conference before the decision was announced, Christie said he was wrestling with “legal and constitutional concerns.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he’s ready to start negotiating with state worker unions, whose contract with the state is up in June.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took his budget message on the road to a town hall session in Gloucester County Thursday afternoon
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday will hold his first town hall meeting since unveiling his 2012 proposed budget in the hometown of Democratic State Sen. President Stephen Sweeney.
Gov. Chris Christie said he intends to restore property tax rebates to some New Jersey homeowners. However, the check won’t be in the mail.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told anti-abortion activists gathered in the bitter cold Monday that they have an ally in him.
Whether they love him or love to loathe him, Pennsylvanians won’t soon forget Gov. Ed Rendell.
Reeling from competition all around it, Atlantic City is counting on two new, smaller casinos to help it regain its winning edge.