Christie: State Won't Loan Atlantic City MoneyChristie said at a news conference Tuesday that the state won't loan the city money.
Taxpayers' Bill Reaches $10M For Christie's Bridge Case FeesNew Jersey taxpayers have spent more than $10 million for legal services for Gov. Chris Christie's administration in the George Washington Bridge lane closure case still pending against two former Christie allies.
Gov. Christie Unveils $34.8 Billion Spending Plan New Jersey Governor Chris Christie presented his proposed spending plan to a joint session of the legislature in Trenton Tuesday.
Analysis: Christie Faces Challenges As He Returns To Full-Time Governing In New JerseyWith Chris Christie's withdrawal from the GOP Presidential sweepstakes, he returns to his full-time job as Governor of New Jersey. But one observer of Garden State politics suggests Christie could have a harder time doing his job.
Christie Ends 2016 White House BidChristie is expected to drop out of the 2016 race for the White House after finishing sixth in the New Hampshire primary.
Major Roads Passable In New Jersey, But Travel Still RiskyMost major highways had been cleared by early Sunday, including the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike. But reduced speed limits were in place on most of those roadways.
Cleanup Continues Following Major Flooding In Sea Isle CitySea Isle City Mayor Len Desiderio says the water flooding the streets is from the back bay and not the ocean.
Christie: 'What Makes Me Shady? Because I'm From NJ? I Can't Change That'“What makes me shady? Because I’m from New Jersey?” Christie asked laughing.
CNN: Christie Returns To Main GOP Presidential Debate StageCNN is inviting Gov. Chris Christie back to prime-time in the upcoming Republican presidential debate.
Poll: Christie's Job Approval Hits New LowChristie's job approval has hit a new low in a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Friday.
Still No Deal On Atlantic City's Troubled FinancesNearly a month after Governor Chris Christie vetoed most of a financial aid package for Atlantic City, there is still no agreement on how to stabilize the struggling seaside gambling resort.
Christie Responds To New York Times Editorial Calling For Stricter Gun LawsThe New York Times published a front page editorial for the first time since 1920 where it calls for restricted access to military-style weapons. Now, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is speaking out.