New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he has not accepted a White House job and is not seeking a job with a sports radio station in New York City. The … Click to Continue »
The chances of New Jersey governor Chris Christie replacing Mike Francesa as a sports talk host on New York City’s 660 WFAN appear to be rising. Francesa will leave the station this December, and Christie leaves office three weeks later. Show More Summary
A Syrian immigrant mayor says his New Jersey town will not be a sanctuary city for immigrants illegally living in the United States. Montvale Mayor Michael Ghassali posted on Facebook … Click to Continue »
Politico: “After a meatloaf lunch at the White House last Tuesday, President Donald Trump made New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie an intriguing offer: Would he like to be secretary of labor? Christie said no, according to four people close to [...]
The Rebels' game-changing 2013 recruiting class certainly left its mark, both on the field and off. New Jersey governor and Donald Trump sidekick Chris Christie spent Friday morning hosting the Boomer & Carton Show on WFAN radio in New...Show More Summary
BRANCHBURG, N.J. ? Most of Rep. Leonard Lance’s fellow Republican lawmakers have chosen to avoid their constituents during this congressional recess. Lance, who represents New Jersey’s 7th District, made a different choice WednesdayShow More Summary
It was called the Trial of the Century, and on the night it ended, the Hunterdon County Courthouse in Flemington, New Jersey, was surrounded by thousands of people awaiting the verdict. When it came, camera operators on the newsreel trucks launched flares that lit up the night sky and illuminated for their cameras the jeering crowd below. Show More Summary
Former Saturday Night Live comic Joe Piscopo might run for governor of New Jersey: Mr. Piscopo is hoping to parlay his Jersey credentials and rising political profile — he campaigned for President Trump, and his radio show focuses on...Show More Summary
A self-described "farm kid" from New Hampshire and a Cuban from New Jersey are about to drop one of the year's most infectious world groove albums.
The state is trying to fix the biased bail system—but do reform efforts go far enough?
Rep. Leonard Lance represents a NJ district that Democrats think they can flip
A New Jersey school district has apologized after serving fried chicken for lunch in celebration of Black History Month.
The Latest on U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance's town hall meeting (all times local): 7:30 p.m. Protesters and constituents crowded New Jersey Rep. Leonard Lance's town hall meeting, at times shouting … Click to Continue »
Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs has joined a friend of the court brief among several state firearms organizations in the next major right to carry case... This post Assoc. of NJ Rifle & Pistol Clubs Weighs In on Major Right to Carry Case appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady became the only QB in history to win 5 Super Bowls when he and the Pats made an epic comeback in Super Bowl 51, but his historic jersey from that night was stolen out of nowhere and now Brady is on a mission to find it. Show More Summary
An Islamic organization has filed a discrimination lawsuit against a New Jersey city, claiming its actions are preventing the full use of a mosque.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie probably imagined his 2017 shaking out a lot differently. In one scenario, he would have been president. In another, the three-term governor would have taken on a new and powerful role in President Trump’s administration. But as they say, when one bridge is blocked, another one opens. And so Christie […]
Speculation has been rampant that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's next job will be in sports talk radio, where he would take over for WFAN afternoon drive star Mike Francesa, who is leaving the New York radio station in December after a 30-year run. Show More Summary
Could the New Jersey governor be the next great New York sports radio host?
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie could soon be in contention as host of a sports talk radio show “that would keep him in the public eye with a megaphone in the country’s largest media market,” the Bergen Record reports. “The same [......