Undocumented NJ Residents Seek Deferred Action From Immigration Officials

New Jersey Activists Protest Federal Deportation Raids, Demand Local Immigrant's Release

Dozens of immigrant rights advocates rallied in New Jersey over the weekend in protest against the federal government's controversial deportation raids, which led to the detainment of a 21-year-old undocumented worker in New Brunswick.
Chris Christie

Chris Christie as Possible GOP Presidential Candidate: State of the State Address Recognizes America's 'Problem' While His Job Approval Rating Declines

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie delivered his State of the State address, and his speech could further ignite speculation of a presidential election run.
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New Jersey High School Teacher Charged With Sexually Assaulting 5 15-Year-Old Boy Students

A New Jersey high school teacher has been accused of sexually assaulting five male students both on and off of school grounds.
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NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo, NJ Gov. Chris Christie Start Bi-State Security Agencies to Improve Terrorism Coordination for Metropolitan Region

The governors of New Jersey and New York announced a multilateral partnership to improve "security preparedness and coordination" for the states' region as the threat of terrorism increased.
Chris Christie

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Mexican Ministries Sign Cross-Border Education, Foreign Affairs Agreement

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's three-day trip to Mexico resulted in an agreement regarding an education and foreign affairs collaboration and partnership, but immigration was not on the table.
Enrique Pena Nieto

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto Applauds California's Immigration Policies Benefiting Immigrants in US

Although Congress has yet to send President Barack Obama legislation addressing immigration, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto commended California for the state's efforts on the issue.
Voter Rights Independence Party

Registered New Jersey Voters Sue Garden State for Funding Democratic, Republican Primary Elections With Taxpayer Money

New Jersey residents have sued the Garden State for using taxpayer funds for primary elections they can't participate in. The seven residents live in a state where 2.6 million voters are denied a primary election vote unless they align with the Democratic or Republican parties. As a result, the New Jerseyans and two nonprofit organizations are suing New Jersey Secretary of State Kim Guadagno.

Nude Selfie Scandal: New Jersey School District Cracks Down on Inappropriate Photo Sharing

The New Jersey school district in Bridgewater-Raritan is cracking down on students who share nude selfies of themselves with their classmates.
New York Area Airport Workers Ask For Higher Wages And Improved Working Conditions

Port Authority Chairman Resigns Following Bridgegate Scandal

David Samson resigns amidst scandal and investigations.
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Here's the Cast for tje April 14 Premiere of Real Housewives of Orange County [Trailer]

The group trips to Bali for vacation

Put Away the Grills, No Tailgating Allowed at Meadowlands on Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl Committee CEO Al Kelly said on Monday that there will be no tailgating allowed at the upcoming Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey
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Gay Marriage New Jersey 2013: Garden State Overrules Governor Chris Christie's Appeal, Becomes Latest State To Legalize Marriage Equality

The New Jersey Supreme Court overruled Governor Chris Christie's administration request to delay marriage equality in the state and gay couples will be able to marry starting on Monday
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JWoww Squares Off with NJ Gov. Chris Christie

Jenni “JWoww” Farley, who came to fame on MTV’s Jersey Shore, is going toe-to-toe with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who opposes gay marriage.
Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods Barclays 2013: Despite Back Injury, Tiger Still Finishes in Second

Despite a nagging back injury, Tiger Woods still managed to finish in second place at the Barclays this past weekend.
N.J. Senator Frank Lautenberg

Death of N.J. Sen. Lautenberg Could Jeopardize Immigration Reform Bill

The death of New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg yesterday morning leaves the Democrats a vote down in the struggle to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
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