Chris details the latest on the signup problems at healthcare.gov, criticisms being leveled at New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and the case of cat hoarding at Grace Kelly’s former house. He talks to John Hayward from Red State, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
One year after Hurricane Sandy, the annual arts and crafts festival, plus the brilliant fall weather, is luring many of the regulars back to Cape May.
State officials say settlements have been reached with nine New Jersey businesses accused of price gouging following Superstorm Sandy.
Many in Sandy-ravaged sections of New Jersey are complaining, one year after the superstorm, that they’re still waiting on promised state and federal help.
One year after the destructive Hurricane Sandy, families are still rebuilding their homes and their lives.
Chris examines the loss healthcare plans under Obamacare, Chris Christie’s appearance on CBS This Morning, and the damage done to the Philadelphia region by calling it the “Delaware Valley.”
The poll, which surveyed residents displaced by the storm for at least one month, reveals that few of those families feel they’re close to a full recovery and most of them feel the state’s rebuilding efforts have overlooked them.
Chris reviews Saturday Night Lives parody of the healthcare.gov rollout, the Eagles loss to the Giants, and the divergent re-election prospects for Chris Christie and Tom Corbett. He also talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Tuesday marks the one year anniversary of the carnage wrought by Hurricane Sandy. Towns along the Jersey shore continue to cope, including Long Beach Island, one of the harder hit areas.
The first of two service days set aside to mark the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy took place Saturday throughout the New Jersey coastline.
A year after Superstorm Sandy, U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced $162 million in funding Thursday for 45 storm-protection projects from North Carolina to New England.
It’s been one year since Superstorm Sandy, the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of 2012 and the second-costliest hurricane in United States history.
Mantoloking, Toms River and Ocean City passed ordinances Tuesday enabling them to acquire small strips of land by negotiation or by seizing it under the power of eminent domain. Any land seized would have to be paid for.
In an Eyewitness News Exclusive, CBS’3 Jessica Dean spoke with her about the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and how you can help.
Volunteers are loading supplies to clean up and rebuild Sandy-hit areas nearly one year after the storm.