States nationwide are feeling the pinch of shrinking tax revenues, according to new analysis.
The N.J. governor also said the bridge scandal would have no impact on his political future.
Politicians in both parties are turning to a familiar practice: blame the media.
The embattled governor will keynote the Tennessee Republican Party's Statesmen's Dinner.
A supporter of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) asked the governor on Thursday to destroy all of...
A childhood friend was on the front lines when the bridge lanes were closed.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) made no mention of the controversy surrounding his...
"We let down the people we are entrusted to serve," Christie said in his address.
A majority of New Jersey residents think Gov. Chris Christie (R) is not being "completely honest"...
Mark Sokolich acknowledged some doubts about whether Christie knew nothing about closures.
"I'm disappointed, ashamed of the state I grew up in," Stewart said.
House Transportation Committee member Rep. Frank LoBiondo (R-N.J.) said Wednesday that he “only...
Christie said a "lack of American leadership" had disappointed allies.
Obama mixed self-deprecation with some sharp lines against Republicans Saturday night.
The firm investigating George Washington Bridge closures found no evidence the governor knew.
Scandal-plagued governor's 2016 hopes could get a boost after well-received speech.
The release of emails from a convicted staffer are raising questions for Walker.
Rove said Democrats will try to "smother every Republican presidential possibility they can."
OPINION l If Chris Christie survives the scandal, he is likely to be better for it.
New emails suggest the Christie administration retaliated against another Democratic mayor.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's (R) jam over traffic delays that were forced by his administration...
At a lengthy press conference, Christie says he is neither a bully nor a micromanager.
Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich said Christie should apologize to his city's constituents.
The report added that the New Jersey Republican State Committee paid for the cards.