In a Wednesday interview with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie – aired in full on Thursday morning – NBC's Today co-host Matt Lauer grilled the potential 2016 contender on the year-old Bridgegate controversy: "...we could be talking...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie apparently doesn’t care much about attracting the votes of America’s marijuana-smoking constituent as he continues to beat around the bush of whether or not he’s going to run for president in 2016.Show More Summary
Like many other folks connected with the Washington Post, columnist Charles Lane wants to cut Social Security. He used his column today to argue that both New Jersey governor Chris Christie and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth WarrenShow More Summary
New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie doesn’t see Hilary Clinton as much of a treat. The 2016 presidential campaign hopeful has boldly professed that his proven track record of getting elected and re-elected is much more impressive than Clinton’s. Show More Summary
At the risk of destroying any remaining chance New Jersey Governor Chris Christie may have to become the Republican standard bearer in the 2016 presidential race ( endorsements from non-conservative, progressive types have been known to be hazardous to the health of GOP campaigns), I am offering up my congratulations to the embattled governor for […]
By Jim Oliphant LONDONDERRY, N.H., April 15 (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who is making cutting Social Security and Medicare the centerpiece of a possible presidential campaign, conceded on Wednesday that he is taking...Show More Summary
LONDONDERRY, N.H. (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who is making cutting Social Security and Medicare the centerpiece of a possible presidential campaign, conceded on Wednesday that he is taking a risk with the proposal. "There...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined me to open the show today: Audio: 04-14hhs-christie Transcript: HH: Big day today on the program. Pleased to welcome back New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Governor Christie, welcome back to...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie wasn't ready to be president in 2012. “The only way you’re going to perform well is if you believe in your heart that you’re ready to be president," he told Yahoo News' Matt Bai in an interview published today. "And I didn’t. And so there... More »
Leaning in to his potential 2016 presidential campaign identity as the candidate for the Republican Party's budget-conscious moderates, New Jersey governor Chris Christie will give a speech in New Hampshire Tuesday that proposes raising...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a possible Republican 2016 White House contender, is set to speak to voters in New Hampshire on Tuesday, during a week that will see a wave of presidential hopefuls barnstorm the key early-voting state. Christie, lauded for his management of the state’s...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has a notoriously confrontational style, and yesterday, a kindergarten teacher asked him to please "tone it down."
The premiere of Pasta and Politics, a new show on NJTV where politicians make Italian food and talk about their moms with New Jersey political writer Nick Acocella, airs tonight. The first guest is New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who wore a green apron, made rigatoni Bolognese, and told the host, “Good... More »
Like former Congressman Dick Cheney, who revived his political career by selecting himself as the running mate for eventual President George W. Bush, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) could forestall his flagging political fortunes by choosing himself to replace embattled Sen. Bob Menendez,...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) has pardoned Shaneen Allen, the woman who made the news in 2013 after she was arrested for bringing a gun...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s comments on Monday—later clarified—that the government has to find a “balance” between public health policy...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has taken a really firm stand against legalizing marijuana in the state in the past, and today he really upped the ante by calling money obtained through pot taxes "blood money."
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie spent time during a town hall meeting opining about how liberty comes from God, not government. This is the kind of stuff Republicans say when they want to run for president to let the evangelical right know they’re one of them. It’s not usually the kind of stuff you hear [...]
By Richard K. Barry Is there any way New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's political career can survive his natural inclination to engage in Soprano-esque gamesmanship? Likely not. The latest is this, reported by The Wall Street Journal:...Show More Summary
Matt Burns, writing for TechCrunch: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie just signed a law that will allow Tesla to start selling its vehicles again to residents of the state. About a year ago, New Jersey started enforcing a law that required vehicles to be sold to consumers through dealerships. Show More Summary