New Jersey Politics
State of the Union 2023: Biden asks Congress to ‘finish the job’
The president set out to offer a reassuring assessment of the nation’s condition, declaring America's democracy was “unbowed and unbroken.”
NJ Transit board vice chairman resigns. It’s a ‘loss’ for commuters, advocates say.
NJ Transit Board vice chairman Cedrick Fulton abruptly resigned the position he's held for three years.
How long is the State of the Union address?
The average State of the Union address under President Joe Biden has lasted just over an hour, according to The American Presidency Project.
State of the Union 2023: Christie Whitman hits Dems and Republicans in call for new political party
Former Gov. Christie Whitman is trying to build the Forward Party.
State employees in N.J. can work partly from home. We need them back, Trenton mayor says.
The hybrid schedule is hurting local businesses, the mayor says.
Murphy’s SUVs should bring home the bacon | Letters
Carol Rhodes writes that with some food benefits ending, using COVID funds for officials' rides is tone-deaf.
State of the Union 2023: Who is giving the GOP rebuttal?
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders will give the Republican response to the 2023 State of the Union address.
State of the Union 2023 guests: Who is attending Biden’s address to the nation?
Some of the more prominent guests at the 2023 State of the Union address will include U2 frontman Bono, the family of Tyre Nichols, the 26-year-old who disarmed a gunman in the Monterey Park, California, shooting last month and a Ground Zero volunteer
My Syria has been forgotten by the world community. Do we only help those who can help us? | Opinion
The United States and the world need to consider humanity before political agendas.
Civil, divorce trials suspended in 6 N.J. counties because of judge shortage
The chief justice of the state Supreme Court called on leaders to fill the vacancies.
Atlantic City casinos to gun holders: Leave your firearms at home
The decision was met with outrage from Second Amendment advocates who challenged the new law in court.
Murphy nominates mayor, top staffers to Port Authority board
Can they continue the peace and progress officials say the board has made the past six years?