Chris Christie has decided to suspend his 2016 presidential bid after a poor showing in the New Hampshire primary. Political analysts and NJTV News correspondents discuss his campaign.
Chris Christie failed to have a good showing in the New Hampshire primary and will be suspending his bid for the White House.
The New Jersey Devils retired the jersey of Martin Brodeur, celebrating the career of arguably the greatest goaltender of all time.
Sen. Cory Booker supports Hillary Clinton for president, but says becoming her running mate is "a hypothetical that seems distant at best."
Chris Christie was in New Hampshire Tuesday as voters headed to the polls for the primary. He plans to continue his campaign in South Carolina after the results are in.
Captain William Kidd thought of himself as a privateer, but others considered him a pirate and legend has it he buried his treasure before he was captured.
Hoboken residents agree that something needs to be done to reduce flooding, but they don't seem to want a seawall as the solution.
Seth Rudetsky has carved out a unique career in musical theater; not just as an accomplished actor, musician, or writer but as an unabashedly obsessed fan.
Ever wonder how New Jersey got the nickname the Garden State? NJTV News Correspondent Erin Delmore investigated the answer with a curious 8-year-old.
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron talks about Chris Christie's appearances in New Hampshire the day before the presidential primary.
NJTV News Correspondents David Cruz and Michael Hill discuss Chris Christie's performance at the last Republican presidential debate before the New Hampshire primary.
Two Tony's and going for more. That's what Christine Ebersol is up to these days. Mary Alice Williams spoke to the star about the arts and becoming a real Jersey girl.
The Kennedy Dancers Inner City Youth Junior Company in Jersey City teaches children in moderate to low income families how to dance, but also does more.
Congressman Pascrell and Sens. Booker and Menendez plan to reintroduce a bill to help pay for repairing the nation's water infrastructure by offering tax breaks on government-backed bonds.
A judge in federal court granted Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly the ability to subpoena information from Gov. Christie's law firm regarding the lane closures on the George Washington Bridge. Their lawyers say it will be useful to their case.
The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women movement encourages people to wear red one day a year to remind everyone about women's heart health.
New Jersey requires postpartum depression screenings at hospitals and postnatal check-ups and the state Department of Health offers resources for women who are suffering.
Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company celebrates the Chinese New Year with a mix of traditional music and dance, and modern style.