Make a full payment into the state workers' pension fund or else there won't be a budget agreement, thus setting the stage for a government shutdown. Read More »»
A new Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press Poll released Monday shows that in the past 12 months, Gov. Chris Christie's job approval rating among New Jersey residents has fallen by 20 percentage points from a high of 70 percent to 50 percent, where it sits currently. Read More »»
As one of the first orders of business after being appointed chair of the Assembly Commerce & Economic Development Committee, Assemblyman Gordon Johnson (D-Teaneck) called a meeting. Read More »»
Tony Coscia knows just how important a healthy Amtrak system is to New Jersey's economy — and so does just about everyone else who's paying attention these days. Read More »»
The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce will now hold its annual “Walk to Washington” event in April after being forced to postpone the two-day networking trip last week after a snowstorm blanketed parts of the Northeast. Read More »»
Nearly $28 billion will flow to major infrastructure projects over the next decade under a capital plan adopted Wednesday by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Read More »»
U.S. Rep. Rush Holt, a Democrat representing New Jersey's 12th District, will not seek re-election to a ninth term in Congress, he announced Tuesday in an email to supporters. Read More »»
A new Monmouth University Poll released Monday finds that the majority of New Jersey residents who have applied for aid under the state's federally-funded Superstorm Sandy assistance program are dissatisfied with recovery efforts. Read More »»
Having already received overwhelming support from several South Jersey Democrats, state Sen. Donald Norcross (D-Audubon) officially declared Monday that he's running for resigning U.S. Rep. Rob Andrews' congressional seat. Read More »»
For a second time, winter weather has led Gov. Chris Christie to postpone Tuesday's town hall meeting in Middletown. Read More »»
For a small-business owner, retirement planning can be a complex exercise, according to Robert Weiss, market manager for JP Morgan Private Bank in New Jersey. Read More »»
Joe Ready, the director of Institutional Retirement and Trust at Wells Fargo, said his company administers about $300 billion in retirement plan assets for more than 3.6 million people. Read More »»
When President Barack Obama used his State of the Union address last month to unveil the "MyRA" — he was introducing a new workplace retirement savings plan for the country. Read More »»
At the time, most economists and industry analysts didn't believe Gov. Chris Christie when he announced that in its first year of implementation, Internet gaming would net New Jersey upwards of $1 billion in revenue. Read More »»
When U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced in August that the Department of Justice would not be challenging recent decisions by voters in Colorado and Washington to legalize marijuana for recreational use, Gov. Chris Christie was asked about its implications for New Jersey. Read More »»
After months of uncertainty among Republican ranks as to who, if anyone, might challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Cory Booker in his upcoming November re-election bid, Ramapo College finance professor Murray Sabrin has declared he will seek the Republican nomination in the race. Read More »»
Efforts to redevelop Harrison's blighted industrial waterfront go back some 15 years, and local officials and more than a half-dozen builders have grappled with a recession, environmental challenges and other stumbling blocks along the way. Read More »»
Donald Norcross has spent years watching Camden try to compete with Pennsylvania for jobs and businesses, a task he said was all but impossible with the city's reputation and the tax breaks offered across the Delaware River. Read More »»
Two Newark mayoral hopefuls officially dropped out of the race Wednesday, narrowing down the field to two remaining candidates for the May election. Read More »»
With weather forecasts calling for over a foot of snow Thursday in some parts of the Northeast, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday that its annual “Walk to Washington” event will be postponed at the recommendation of Amtrak. Read More »»
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