The West Virginia senator said hearings at this point would look overly political.
Six New Jersey residents have filed the first civil lawsuit addressing the closures.
"I think he's going to have a hard time in the South, I really do,” Graham told NBC News on...
GOP Sen. Rand Paul said he wonders “who did this to me” when he is stuck in traffic.
A House Democrat from New Jersey on Thursday said he doesn't believe that an aide to Gov. Chris...
The former N.J. GOP governor and Christie mentor praised his presser over the bridge scandal.
Jay Carney said the situation sounded "very much like a state matter."
The N.J. governor ranked highest on Quinnipiac's feeling thermometer, at 55.5 percent.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said Thursday the public should let the controversy surrounding New...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) has fired a top staffer involved in a growing controversy...
The U.S. attorney for New Jersey will reportedly announce the investigation Thursday.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) says Chris Christie needs to answer every question about the George...
Christie looked like the front-runner days ago, but things change quickly in politics.
Observers say the extent to which he contains the damage depends on what comes next.
The DCCC knocked Grimm, who is facing his own investigations, for supporting Christie.
Former New Jersey Port Authority official David Wildstein pleaded the Fifth Amendment during a...
After pleading the Fifth, ex-Port Authority official was reprimanded by a legislative panel.
Mayor Mark Sokolich (D) said it was too soon for the governor to travel to his city.
David Wildstein, at the center of controversy surrounding Christie, won't answer questions.
Twitter blew up Thursday morning as the New Jersey governor faced reporters.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) insisted he is not a bully during a lengthy news conference on...
At a lengthy press conference, Christie says he is neither a bully nor a micromanager.
The New Jersey governor apologized Thursday morning for the conduct of his staff.
The N.J. governor's possible 2016 rival said controversy should be allowed to play out.