Update (1115ET): According to the latest figures from Bloomberg and the AP, NJ Gov. Phil Murphy has a narrow lead in NJ's still-too-close-to-call gubernatorial race.
The governor's race in the Garden State is still too close to call, but there's another electoral battle unfolding in America's most highly taxed state that hasn't made too many headlines, but it almost equally as surprising - and illustrative of jus
--after chaos in New Jersey precincts led to ballots being double counted and voting machines getting locked
Pretty soon, New Yorkers will be able to look across the Hudson River and see a big, fat reminder of how Congresswoman AOC and her progressive allies screwed their city out of a massive source of jobs and economic growth.
The elections were the first major tests of voter sentiment since Biden took office and suggested growing frustration. They also underscored that, with Trump out of office, Democrats can't center their messages on opposition to him.
New Jersey hospital system FIRES six senior health care workers who refused to get COVID-19 vaccines - as they announce plans to mandate shots for thousands of other employees
How many times a day do you get calls about your car's warranty? Finally fed up with it? This story will do your heart good.
Struggling with a surge in juvenile crime, Atlantic City soon will sound sirens each night at 10 p.m., marking the arrival of a juvenile curfew prohibiting those under 18 from being on the streets.
Texas has joined a coalition of what is now 25 states urging the U.S. Supreme Court to repeal a New Jersey law banning the possession of firearms with magazines that hold more than 10 bullets...
New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Dennis Malloy, via NJ101.5
The New Jersey School District has awarded $325,000 to a former teacher who faced death threats after accepting responsibility for removing a Trump logo from a student's yearbook photo in 2017.
In light of @krispykreme giving free donuts for receiving the CVD shot, here at @TheAtilisGym we are giving out free memberships to all who don't get vaccinated. We believe in health - the real way - exercise, good diet, plenty of Vitamin D, Zinc
Tim, Ian, Luke, and Lydia host embattled Atilis Gym co-owner Ian Smith to discuss the state of New Jersey literally taking all the gym's money out of their account.
Two New Jersey women were arrested for hosting an illegal "makeshift bar" over the weekend, according to NBC News.
Phil Murphy, the governor of New Jersey, is upset. His efforts to convince state residents to cooperate with Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) contract tracers have failed, and now he is choosing to whine about it in public.
"He has arrested my partner and I, given us over 60 citations, some of them criminal. He fines us $15,497.76 per day..."
Just yesterday we wrote about a ballot initiative in Oregon that decriminalized hard drugs, including cocaine, heroin, meth and magic mushrooms.
TRENTON, N.J. - New Jersey has officially banned single-use bags and foam containers -- although the ban doesn't take effect for another year and a half.
The City of Newark has reinstated a curfew for non-essential businesses in an effort to prevent further spread of a second wave of the coronavirus.
City Hall boasted about the figures on its Twitter account, noting that even churches were slapped with financial punishments
Professor Murray Sabrin emails:
In the latest suicidal move by New Jersey, the state which after Illinois is in the direst of financial straits and has the second lowest credit rating in the nation...
A new tax on millionaires, a 22.5% gas tax hike (bringing the total increase to 250% in 4 years), and now a tax on high frequency trades: it is becoming obvious to most - except perhaps the state's democratic leadership -
Money managers and wealthy individuals don't need another reason to leave the Garden State. But Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy - yet another Goldman Sachs alum who found his way into politics - might just give them one.
'It's our right to earn a living': Defiant NJ diner couple use GoFundMe donations to pay off their $1,000 tickets for letting customers eat inside as they refuse to bow to governor's orders - even when he changed their locks!
...with big coronavirus outbreaks
Last week, Minneapolis officials confirmed they were considering a fairly rare course of action: disbanding the city police department.
Democrats Just Got CAUGHT Rigging Elections, Judge Pleads GUILTY, Mail In Voter Fraud Exposed in NJ.
Muscle breach: New Jersey fitness enthusiast is arrested after he works out at gym that opened in defiance of state's stay-at-home order