A New Jersey judge ruled Wednesday that Gov. Chris Christie obeyed a court order to turn over a public record – even though his office still appears to be withholding part of it.Read More →
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Scott Walker dropped out of the presidential race and Pope Francis dropped by Washington, D.C., to lecture Congress about immigration and climate change.Read More →
Mark your calendars! Gov. Chris Christie made his first New Jersey public appearance in 51 days on Tuesday.
The governor has been a virtual phantom in the Garden State, especially since he officially announced his run for the White House in June. In 2015, he has traveled outside New Jersey for all or part of 141 days — more than half of the ongoing year.