At the annual Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie gave attendees the aggressive red meat speech they were hungry for.
In an e-mail to supporters Saturday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s office strongly rebuked claims made by his former ally, David Wildstein. Continue reading
A letter released yesterday on behalf of Port Authority official David Wildstein says evidence exists that proves New Jersey Governor Chris Christie knew about the controversial George Washington Bridge lane closure while the situation was ongoing. How may this development affect the investigation? Hari Sreenivasan talks with the Michael Aron of NJTV News about the latest on the unfolding scandal. Continue reading
15 states have statutes on the books that allow students who have lived in the state for a set number of years, but who lack legal immigration status, to pay in-state tuition. Continue reading
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s top news, including the Keystone oil pipeline debate, a new claim about Gov. Chris Christie’s traffic scandal knowledge, plus final thoughts on the State of the Union and predictions for the Super Bowl. Continue reading
A former Port Authority official said Friday that he had evidence that proved that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knew about the lane closings that ensnarled traffic on the George Washington Bridge over a four-day period in September, the New York Times reports. Continue reading
President Lyndon Johnson declared a War on Poverty 50 years ago this month. Today, Democrats and Republicans still argue over ways to eliminate poverty and spur job growth. Continue reading
Hurricane Sandy left 80 percent of Hoboken, N.J. underwater. Its mayor has recently accused top Christie officials of withholding aid for political reasons. Photo by Flickr user WhatsAllThisThen Gov. Chris Christie’s administration avowed that Hoboken, N.J., received $70 million of … Continue reading
As New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s starts his second term, new allegations have emerged about threats to withhold Hurricane Sandy relief funds from the town of Hoboken. What are the governor’s prospects moving forward? Hari Sreenivasan talks to NJTV’s chief political correspondent, Michael Aron, about how Christie’s reputation is faring in the wake of these allegations. Continue reading
Video streaming by Ustream Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J, gives the New Jersey State of the State address Tuesday afternoon. As part of his comments, he is expected to speak on the Fort Lee bridge scandal.