In all, 17 subpoenas were sent to individuals, while three were sent to organizations.
The media loves a scandal, but before a political controversy becomes part of the national dialogue...
Christie accused of closing lanes on George Washington Bridge in political retribution.
Christie’s team brought on the firm to help with internal, federal reviews of the incident.
The Hill's A.B Stoddard asks Peter Fenn and John Feehry about the outlook on the 2014 political...
Late night host Jimmy Fallon and New Jersey rock icon Bruce Springsteen took to the stage Tuesday...
OPINION | It really was all about him.
During his State of the State address on Tuesday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) again accepted...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) will address the growing controversy surrounding last year's...
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman (R) questions how the George Washington Bridge scandal unfolded, and...
"There’s something here that just doesn’t seem to connect fully," the former governor said.
OPINION | Whether you like his politics or not, you have to admit it was one hell of a show.
Twenty-four percent of GOP primary voters pick Christie as their 2016 favorite.
The Speaker said Christie "held people accountable" for the bridge scandal.
Sens. John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) called for accountability.
A new poll says the scandal is "far from politically fatal."
The look at Christie's use of Sandy funds is a routine audit, HUD's watchdog said.
A Quinnipiac poll found 55 percent of voters rated Christie as a strong leader.
Thirty-one percent of people believed he was involved; 28 percent believe he was not.
Majority of speech will focus on bipartisan accomplishments of first term.
A photo shows Christie with David Wildstein on the third day of lane closures in September.
State Sen. Richard Codey (D) claims some Democrats waged “an intense campaign” to prevent the probe.
New emails suggest the Christie administration retaliated against another Democratic mayor.
Only 18 percent of people said they followed the news “very closely,” according to a Pew poll...