The voting rights watchdog, Committee of Seventy, released the results of its Election Day survey on Voter ID.
As the President gets sworn in to a second term on Monday; a take on the pulse of the American public
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he still loves state Senate President Steve Sweeney despite the Democrat’s assertion that Superstorm Sandy provided political cover for his failed economic policies.
The 113th Congress convened on Thursday, with its newest members being sworn in. In addition, they also re-elected John Boehner as the Speaker of the House.
This has been a busy year for the governor of New Jersey, but there may be some tension-filled times ahead.
Many people quote Twain, says Donald Tiffany Bliss, but few understand how influential he was as an author, commentator and provocateur.
New Jersey voters are sending U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez back to Washington for another six-year term.
Local Republicans went to court to have a judge order a mural of President Obama covered up at the Ben Franklin Elementary School polling place in the Northeast.
While our election day is Tuesday, China makes an entirely pre-determined change in leadership on Thursday. It faces unprecedented opportunity and concern.
Governor Christie said all New Jerseyeans will be able to vote on Tuesday, if not before.
As you listen to the news and hear where your candidate ranks in the polls, how much credence should you put into those poll numbers? Not much.
Dr. Andrew Weil brought his call for a revolution in health care to Philadelphia, Sunday; his appearance was a homecoming, of sorts.
Leave it to Comedy Central to come up with an app that not only tickles your funny bone, but also can teach you a thing or two about politics – that’s the indecision game.
A new app is letting you take control of what you want – or don’t want – to see, at least on Facebook.
President Barack Obama signed a proclamation ordering the American flag flown at half-staff to honor former Senator Arlen Specter on Tuesday, the day he will be laid to rest.