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N.J. voters want Christie to resign as he runs for president

N.J. voters want Christie to resign as he runs for president

The majority of New Jersey voters believe Gov. Chris Christie should resign as he continues his presidential campaign, according to a new...

State a step closer to landing an Israeli life science company

Macrocure, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company based in Israel, appears to be closer to moving its headquarters to New Jersey.

Christie's efforts in N.H. not paying off in latest poll

Gov. Chris Christie's campaign has already put much of its stock into the early primary voting state of New Hampshire, as the governor has spent a...

New Jersey's July job gains measure up to nearby states' fairly well

New Jersey gained about 5,500 jobs in July, edging past several neighboring states on a percentage basis, according to Roseland-based human resources...

$390M American Dream tax incentive is reapproved by EDA

$390M American Dream tax incentive is reapproved by EDA

Back in May, the Economic Development Authority voted to grant the long-awaited American Dream project in the Meadowlands a brief extension to refile...

N.J. voters: Christie not presidential, 'self-centered'

According to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Tuesday, some 54 percent of New Jersey voters claim they do not see Gov. Chris Christie as being...

Dover-based engineering firm awarded $50M contract by ARDEC

Dover-based WisEngineering announced Tuesday that it has been awarded a $50 million contract by a branch of the U.S. Army to provide a range of...

Christie spars with Paul over national security in first GOP debate

Gov. Chris Christie had a heated exchange over national security with U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) in Thursday night’s first Republican...

As GOP debate nears, Christie's popularity hits new low in N.J.

As GOP debate nears, Christie's popularity hits new low in N.J.

Just 30 percent of New Jersey voters view Gov. Chris Christie favorably, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Thursday, marking an...

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