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Topic - Cory Booker
More than three years after Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg committed $100 million toward remaking Newark's struggling schools, the district is engulfed in a dispute over proposed large-scale teacher layoffs that's threatening to derail wider reform efforts.
U.S. Sens. Robert Menendez and Cory Booker are requesting a six-month extension of federal temporary housing assistance for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
When President Barack Obama spoke out last week against the crime, violence and poverty that ensnares young men of color in epidemic numbers, he might have been voicing a promo for "Chicagoland," the docuseries debuting Thursday on CNN.
New Jersey's League of Municipalities says the severe winter is sapping the budgets of towns and cities, and it hopes the federal government can help.
A candidate who ran for the U.S. Senate twice more than 30 years ago is returning to New Jersey to challenge freshman Sen. Cory Booker in a race more prominent Republicans have avoided .
Democrats said they are still trying to get those who lost federal unemployment benefits to tell their stories to Republicans in Washington, but the effort has done little to sway GOP lawmakers who say they'll only accept a bill if the new spending is paid for.
Football fans who think they're coming to New York City for the Super Bowl will find plenty of activities, parties and attractions. What they won't find is a stadium, or the actual game.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) has become a major obstacle to a new bipartisan Iran sanctions measure, according to multiple sources on Capitol Hill and in Florida.
To celebrate Festivus, Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, aired his grievances with the Senate Monday morning on Twitter.
Move to the right or try to pull the GOP away from the tea party and toward the center? That is the question Gov. Chris Christie will face if he trounces his way to victory Tuesday in New Jersey's gubernatorial race and turns his attention to the prospect of a 2016 presidential bid.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie dropped the state’s legal challenge to same-sex marriage late Monday. This came hours after the Garden State became the 14th state in the union, along with the District of Columbia, to recognize same-sex marriage.
With an approval rating of less than 38 percent, President Obama was still able to get another left-wing senator elected in New Jersey ("Cory Booker wins Senate seat in N.J., must campaign soon," Web, Oct. 17). Either the voting machines are rigged beyond hope, or the majority of New Jersey's voters actually want a total collapse of the economy and Mr. Obama's civilian army marching in their backyards.
Let the weddings begin. As the clock chimed midnight, gay couples in New Jersey who had lined the streets of cities and towns across the state, waiting for the last stroke that would usher in Monday and the implementation of a new same-sex wedding law, finally traded vows.
Several gay couples in New Jersey are expected to gather late Sunday to wed in ceremonies to be held shortly after midnight.
Democrat Cory Booker has won a special election to represent New Jersey in the U.S. Senate through next year, but the rising political star will have to return to the campaign trail almost immediately to run for a full term.
"For years, I led a public battle to reform Newark's water system and improve oversight and accountability, but those efforts were repeatedly blocked," Booker said.