In Newark, New Jersey, worries and anger over contaminated drinking water are growing by the day. High lead levels have been found at many of Newark’s homes, in a case echoing the 2014 water crisis in Flint, Michigan. City officials…
New Jersey authorities said Wednesday they're working with federal officials to determine how widespread lead in Newark's drinking water might be, as the city handed out bottled water to residents for the third day in a row.
By David Porter, Associated Press
The new laws add to New Jersey's growing list of at least 10 gun-related laws enacted in the last year and come after weekend firearm attacks in Texas and Ohio left 31 dead. But the new legislation's co-author, Democratic Assembly…
By Mike Catalini, Associated Press
Hundreds of thousands of New Jersey residents live in flood zones that can become inundated with storm water. But the state is trying to move some of them out of harm's way in one of the biggest home buyout programs…
By Ivette Feliciano, Zachary Green
By Associated Press
The New Jersey Democrat was re-elected to a third term, defeating Republican Bob Hugin.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the series of pipe bombs, extreme political divisions in America and campaigning on issues vs. values.
Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez and Republican challenger Bob Hugin are squaring off Wednesday in the only debate of the 2018 Senate election in New Jersey.
A handful of competitive House races could tip the balance of power in Washington this November. Judy Woodruff discusses the state-of-play with public television reporters Scott Shafer of KQED in California; Briana Vannozzi of NJTV in New Jersey; and Mary…
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Sunday, October 14, Democrats eye two tight House races in New Jersey to help flip the House in their favor, and the fashion industry takes steps to design accessible and stylish clothing for people with disabilities.
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