New Jersey Governor Chris Christie held a joint press conference on the Hoboken train crash today in which he, as he as infamous for doing, got testy with a reporter.
One person was killed and 108 people sustained injuries in this morning's train crash at the Hoboken Terminal building in New Jersey, according to the latest information from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Show More Summary
The mayor of New Jersey's second-largest city on Wednesday endorsed former Obama administration ambassador Phil Murphy in next year's governor's race, ending his own expected gubernatorial campaign before it even … Click to Continue...
Fed Governor Lael Brainard has donated to Clinton's campaign and is widely viewed as a potential Clinton pick for Treasury secretary. Yellen hesitated and then demurred when Representative Scott Garrett of New Jersey asked whether Brainard...Show More Summary
If the New Jersey legislature acts fast, it will have time to impeach Chris Christie. The governor’s term expires in January 2018, which is only about a year from now, and impeachment is a laborious process, so someone ought to get this thing going. A former Christie ally says Christie knew his cronies had closed […]
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie refuted the testimony of former Port Authority executive David Wildstein, who testified on Tuesday that Christie knew about the lane closings all along. Christie said, "I knew nothing about the lane reassignments before they happened, as they were happening. Show More Summary
A former top aide to Chris Christie has testified that the New Jersey Governor knew about the lane shutdown as it was happening. MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki joins...
For the first time, a key Chris Christie ally dropped the hammer on him in the Bridgegate scandal and testified that the New Jersey governor knew about the lane closings and reveled in Mayor Mark Sokolich's frustration over the traffic...Show More Summary
New Jersey governor again denies knowing about George Washington Bridge scheme while it was happening.
Despite New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's previous denial that he had real-time knowledge of the politically-motivated traffic jams on the GWB, Bloomberg reports that, David Wildstein testified that Christie was told of events asShow More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was aware of and supported a plan to close lanes at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 in an act of political payback, a key prosecution witness testified Tuesday at the criminal trial of two former Christie associates. David Wildstein, a former executive at the...
David Wildstein, who pleaded guilty in the Bridgegate scandal, testified about telling the New Jersey governor of lane closures.
When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was told of politically motivated lane closings near the George Washington Bridge in 2013, he responded with a laugh, the self-professed architect of the plot... To view the full story, click the title link.
A former employee at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Governor Chris Christie’s “enforcer” said a politically motivated closing of access lanes to the George... To view the full story, click the title link.
The governors of New York and New Jersey were once praised for rooting out corruption. Now, both have seen former close aides accused of misdeeds.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s office turned a regional transportation agency into a “goodie bag” from which to dole out favors and funds to Democrats who might endorse the Republican during his 2013 re-election campaign, according to prosecutors’ star witness in the...
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is the least popular governor in the nation, closely followed by Govs. Dan Malloy of Connecticut and Chris Christie of New Jersey, according to new polling from Morning Consult. Though the top standings haven't...Show More Summary
The executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Patrick J. Foye, said at trial Thursday that he was prevented from questioning an ally of the governor about the closings.
NJ.com reports, “New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is the third least-popular governor in the United States, according to a new poll out this week. The poll by the Morning Consult found that the New Jersey Republican’s popularity had been plummeting in the lead-up to the Bridgegate trial. Only Kansas Gov. Show More Summary
You may have seen the photo of the New Jersey governor and a crony yukking it up at the 2013 memorial. Now a Bridgegate prosecutor tells us why.