New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's schedule is packed with travel, from fundraising events for fellow Republicans around the U.S. to trade meetings next month in Mexico. The 51-year-old father of... To view the full story, click the title link.
According to a report by David Sirota for the International Business Times, fees paid out to Wall Street by the State of New Jersey have tripled under the administration of Governor Chris Christie, costing the taxpayers $3.8 billion....Show More Summary
It’s not clear Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) wants to run for president. However, if former Florida governor Jeb Bush and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie don’t run or don’t seem viable if they do, the pressure on Ryan from reform-minded moderate and conservative Republicans, as well as big donors, will be intense. He would have the […]
Chris Christie set the record straight on his friendship with New Jersey idol Bruce Springsteen after a woman claimed the singer wanted nothing to do with the governor.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) loves Bruce Springsteen. But does The Boss like him back? That was the thorny subject Christie and a heckler broached during a town hall Tuesday, when the woman questioned why the governor still played Springsteen songs at his events. Show More Summary
There's no mugshot for Texas Governor Rick Perry (yet!) so we'll just have to make do with videos and pictures of NJ Governor Chris Christie dancing with Jamie Foxx at a Hamptons benefit. And yes, he still dances like a dad. [ more ...
It was apparently not enough for Governor Chris Christie's staff to shut lanes down on the George Washington Bridge violating state and federal law, now the taxpayers of New Jersey are having to pay massive legal bills as Christie and company try to prevent details from the lane closures coming out.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was on the hot seat on Friday night, accused of not doing enough to help commuters.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) was conscripted into Jamie Foxx's band at a Hamptons fundraiser over the weekend, and the governor was nothing if not game.
For Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, feuds have become a trademark of his time in office. Whether it is feuding with political foes or with constituents at town halls across the state, the governor has long been known to share his feelings no matter who it might offend. He kept the feuding up this
As we've seen, the people of Newark actively engaged in their city's future don't shrink away like they're supposed to when rough-talked by the Governor of New Jersey. Some of them went to a beachside town hall not long ago at the other end of the state and a teenage girl asked Gov. Show More Summary
The Asbury Park Press did not mince words today with their editorial regarding the GOP Legislators failure to stand up to Chris Christie just once out of his 300 vetoes of bills since he has become governor:...regardless of how wrong...Show More Summary
The Texas governor wanted to get headlines for 2016 -- but not quite like this. Here's why it really hurts so much
Though New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has criticized President Barack Obama for his handling of the border crisis, he refused to commit to talking about illegal immigration with Mexico's president when he travels to Mexico City next month. Show More Summary
Check out Mark Zuckerberg getting drenched in cold water while accepting the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! “Yesterday, Governor Chris Christie challenged me to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. I accepted his challenge, and now I’m challenging Bill Gates, Sheryl Sandberg and Reed Hastings next,” the 30-year-old Facebook founder captioned the video. Watch the video [...]
That's a new ad from the Republican Governors Association for Maine's Paul LePage, Chris Christie's new BFF on the campaign trail. And it seems like they might have had a hard time coming up with anything to put in this positive ad to recommend their candidate. Show More Summary
(CNN) - Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican governor from the blue state of New Jersey, argued Wednesday that he's more conservative than people from the South may think. Asked by reporters in Birmingham what Alabama voters may find surprising about him, Christie suggested there's a common misconception about his ideology. "Folks believe when you're a […]
When Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) hears the name Chris Christie, his brain now goes to the same place as much of the rest of America: "Bridges." That's the word Paul chose to say in response to the New Jersey governor's name during a word association exercise on Kentucky Education Television this week. As for Hillary Clinton, Paul needed two words: "Yesterday's news."
Gov. Chris Christie will hold a fundraiser for Maine Gov. Paul LePage in New Jersey in September, the third event he has hosted in the Garden State for other GOP governors in recent months.
(Reuters) - New Jersey voters favor Democrat Hillary Clinton over their own Governor Chris Christie in the 2016 presidential race, according to a poll released on Wednesday. Clinton led the overall poll over Christie for the presidential race in New Jersey, 50 percent to 42 percent. Show More Summary