New York and New Jersey are at the core of what people think about in terms of the “Northeast.” Both are very active in promoting renewable energy — New Jersey despite Governor Chris Christie, New York in part because of Governor Cuomo. New York in particular seems ready to position itself as the East Coast […]
Gov. Chris Christie says he's hopeful he can still enact up to $5 billion in tax credits for Amazon, a measure aimed at keeping property taxes low and criminal justice … Click to Continue »
The subways slowed down, Chris Christie took some time to relax at the beach, and a 47-year-old murder was solved. Here are the stories that got New Yorkers talking in 2017.
Officials say Gov. Chris Christie's administration has drained the entire $3 million budget of a conservation trust for the Meadowlands. The Meadowlands Conservation Trust said it was shocked to learn … Click to Continue »
A commission created by Republican Gov. Chris Christie voted to press forward with plans to relocate two state office buildings in Trenton, despite fierce objections from city residents. The project … Click to Continue »
CHRIS CHRISTIE Christie says he was ousted as Trump’s transition honcho because he opposed hiring Mike Flynn and tried to warn Trump Flynn had bad judgement and he says removing him as transition chair was a ‘big mistake’ that the country...Read more
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday said that he was fired from President Donald Trump's transition team after he opposed Trump's decision to appoint Michael Flynn as national security adviser. "I thought it was a significant reason," Christie said at a press conference, according to Politico. Show More Summary
Governor Chris Christie said one of the reasons he was fired as the chairman of Trump’s transition team was because he opposed hiring Michael Flynn.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said he was ousted as head of President Trump’s transition due in part to his opposition to the hiring of Michael Flynn as national security adviser, Politico reports. Said Christie: “I thought it was [...]
New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie endorsed a plan to cut the state's public worker retirement benefits and enact a constitutional amendment to commit the state to pension payments. Christie … Click to Continue »
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who has fought for years to overturn the federal law, watched the argument from the front row of the Supreme Court bar section.
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey will be in Washington for oral arguments in a case that could set the stage for legalized sports betting, and burnish his legacy.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says hundreds of state and local police and other first responders have returned from a helping hurricane-hit Puerto Rico. Christie, a Republican, welcomed the New … Click to Continue »
President Donald Trump once abandoned a former aide at McDonald's because his order took too long. The anecdote was a part of a new tell-all campaign book written by former top Trump campaign aides Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie. The...Show More Summary
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he's cautiously optimistic about the state's chances at next week's Supreme Court oral arguments on legalizing sports betting. Christie is behind the state's bid … Click to Continue »
Gov. Chris Christie said Tuesday that he is willing and able to continue his efforts to end the opioid addiction crisis after leaving office in January. Christie, testifying before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee at a hearing held in Baltimore, said he would do whatever he could...
Police Brutality in New Jersey. Most of New Jersey’s cops lay their lives on the line every day. But some go rogue.An Asbury Park Press investigation Only Seven? Chris Christie’s seven biggest gaffes. This man has more compassion in his...Read more
Future New Jersey governors couldn't be caught like Gov. Chris Christie enjoying the July Fourth holiday on a state beach while it was closed to the public during a government … Click to Continue »
The project is designed to do the opposite of his administration’s George Washington Bridge stunt.