Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie announced his intention to use FedEx technology to track immigrants like packages if elected. During a campaign stop Saturday the New Jersey Governor said he would invite FedEx founder Fred Smith to Washington D.C. Show More Summary
During an interview on Thursday’s CBS This Morning, Norah O’Donnell repeatedly questioned New Jersey Governor Chris Christie over the Republican Party’s supposed unwillingness to condemn GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. The...Show More Summary
Advocates for “working families” to gather in Annapolis to protest New Jersey governor’s record.
The Republican governor of New Jersey broke ranks with his fellow presidential candidates, saying he does not believe LGBT people should be denied service. read more
Presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie went against the grain of his fellow Republican candidates and conservatives stating that he believes businesses should not be allowed to discriminate against its customers. Show More Summary
If New Jersey Governor Chris Christie were stranded on an island and could bring only one album with him, it would be Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run. "It is my desert island disc," he said Tuesday, gushing about his fellow New Jersey native Springsteen on the 40th anniversary of Born To Run. Show More Summary
At the Iowa Soapbox on Saturday, presidential hopeful and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie offered his insight on religious freedom laws, admitting that private organizations should not be able to refuse service.
The New Jersey governor follows Jeb Bush in heading to 'The Tonight Show.' read more
I'm not quite sure what to make of the rumors that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will pull the plug on his star-crossed presidential campaign by the end of the...
Politico: Chris Christie, the voluble New Jersey governor, is once again facing the possibility that he might be relegated to the junior varsity debate -- and rival Republican campaigns and outside observers say his window to re-enter the top tier of presidential candidates is closing fast. Show More Summary
The New Jersey governor says that his presidential campaign is "going to do just fine"
While New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, has so far taken a decidedly anti-Marijuana stance during his 2016 presidential run, other candidates, like Bernie Sanders, have been leaning more toward marijuana legalization, and judgingShow More Summary
Illinois joins California, New Jersey, Oregon, and D.C. in banning use of the discredited, harmful practice on minors. read more
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has signed a bill into law that will ban using so-called conversion therapy to turn minors straight. Similar laws have been enacted in California, Oregon and New Jersey.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined me today: Audio: 08-20hhs-christie Transcript: HH: That, of course, former Secretary of State Clinton talking two days ago. I’m joined now by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who must have seen or heard that press conference by now. Show More Summary
Ah, 2013. A simpler time. Donald Trump was still an orange reality show host! It seems like so long ago. And apparently it was long ago enough that New Jersey governor and ardent Sprinsteen stan Chris Christie doesn’t remember the details of his worst political scandal. Read more...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is scheduled to meet with federal and state transportation officials on Tuesday to address the lengthy train delays that have frustrated commuters in recent weeks. Electrical problems in the rail tunnels...Show More Summary
Why the New Jersey governor's decision to kill a 2010 public transportation project is coming back to haunt him
You might still be able to pick it up in Jersey, though. The entire concept of powdered alcohol is still pretty new, but the state of New York has already reached a conclusion about the so-named Palcohol, which is now illegal in roughly half the Union. Show More Summary
While one governor laughed at how he made it harder to live openly as a trans person in his state, another put his pen to paper today to make life easier for transgender citizens. read more