GOP witnesses at Biden impeachment hearing see insufficient evidence of wrongdoing so far

BY: - September 28, 2023

During the first U.S. House impeachment inquiry hearing, House Oversight and Accountability Chair James Comer of Kentucky alleged that Republicans will show evidence of how President Joe Biden “abused his public office for his family’s financial gain.”

Fetterman may pursue expulsion of ‘defiant’ Menendez from U.S. Senate

BY: - September 28, 2023

Sen. Menendez reiterated Thursday that he does not plan to resign over bribery and corruption charges facing him and his wife.

N.J. watchdog suggests withholding state aid from towns for not updating sick leave policies

BY: - September 28, 2023

The municipalities are leaving their accumulated time plans “deficient in various ways,” acting State Comptroller Kevin Walsh said.

GOP presidential hopefuls tear into each other and absent Trump at second debate

BY: and - September 28, 2023

With Donald Trump absent, the remaining major candidates spent much of the rest of the night largely espousing the same conservative positions on a host of issues.

New Jersey Supreme Court weighs insurance payouts for COVID closures

BY: - September 28, 2023

An Atlantic City casino is sparring with its insurers over business interruption claims from 2020.

U.S. Senate panel weighs free speech and deep fakes in AI campaign ads

BY: - September 28, 2023

The hearing showed that imposing laws and regulations on campaign content without violating constitutional rights to political speech will be difficult.

Foreign ownership of U.S. farmland probed at U.S. Senate hearing

BY: - September 27, 2023

A federal report says Canada was the largest foreign investor of U.S. agricultural land in 2021 with 12.8 million acres, or 31% of foreign-held acres.

Sen. Menendez pleads not guilty to corruption, bribery charges

BY: - September 27, 2023

Sen. Bob Menendez did not speak to reporters following the arraignment, but has previously said he will be exonerated.

U.S. Senate moves on short-term spending bill in struggle to avoid shutdown days away

BY: - September 27, 2023

Congress must approve and President Joe Biden must sign some sort of government spending measure before the start of the new fiscal year on Sunday.

New Jersey minimum wage to reach $15.13 an hour in January

BY: - September 27, 2023

Minimum wage workers will get a raise come Jan. 1, 2024, when the statewide minimum wage will hit $15.13 an hour.

It’s hazing season on college campuses. State safeguards are uneven.

BY: - September 27, 2023

Some experts and anti-hazing advocates say the penalties in some states aren’t harsh enough to deter organizations from participating in hazing.

Biden makes historic visit to metro Detroit picket line to rally with striking auto workers

BY: - September 26, 2023

Biden’s visit, thought to be the first time in modern history that a sitting president has visited an active strike, comes after he called upon both the union and the manufacturers to “forge a fair agreement."