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Topic - Fort Lee
The highest-ranking aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to testify before lawmakers about the traffic jam plot that has ensnared the administration said Monday he doesn't know who ordered the scheme or why.
A former aide to Gov. Chris Christie whose job included getting re-election endorsements from mayors said Tuesday that he was "dumbfounded and disappointed" to learn that a northern New Jersey mayor was apparently targeted in a political payback plot orchestrated by Christie loyalists.
A former staff member to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told lawmakers Tuesday that her boss, the fired aide accused of orchestrating the political payback plot at the George Washington Bridge, wasn't capable of such a maneuver.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday he would have stopped aides from blocking lanes to the George Washington Bridge last fall if he had known about the plan in advance, saying outright what he has implied in previous denials about the traffic jam scandal that's engulfed his administration.
Gov. Chris Christie was "nervous" about the possibility more of his aides were involved in a politically motivated traffic jam scandal, according to interview notes released Monday by lawyers the governor's office hired to conduct an internal investigation.
Two former associates of Gov. Chris Christie do not have to hand over documents to a legislative committee investigating the traffic jam scandal engulfing the governor, a New Jersey judge ruled Wednesday.
A New Jersey legislative committee probing a political payback operation carried out by Gov. Chris Christie's aides and associates plans to subpoena interview transcripts and other documents from the lawyers the governor hired to carry out an internal investigation, the committee co-chairman said Monday.
Around 9 a.m. on Sept. 9, someone in Fort Lee, N.J., called for an ambulance.
The head of the transit agency at the center of the traffic jam scandal engulfing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration apologized to commuters Wednesday, and lawmakers investigating the apparent political payback plot moved to get information from two key figures.
A new study says the growth patterns of Fort Lee and communities surrounding the U.S. Army base are compatible.
High-profile Republicans were adamant Sunday that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie should not resign from his post as chairman of the Republican Governors Association following a former ally's claim that there is evidence Christie knew about an apparently politically motivated traffic jam earlier than he has said.
A special legislative panel investigating an apparent political payback scheme involving Gov. Chris Christie's aides issued 20 new subpoenas Thursday, and he made his first trip since the scandal broke to pledge he won't be distracted from the job of rebuilding from Superstorm Sandy.
Gov. Chris Christie's favorite rock star had something to say about the bridge scandal that's cost a couple of Christie loyalists their jobs.
Democrats in New Jersey sharpened their aim at Republican Gov. Chris Christie on Monday, forming special legislative committees to explore the role politics played in traffic jams last fall and announcing that the investigation has grown into an abuse of power probe.
Closing several lanes of traffic on the George Washington Bridge to "punish" the mayor of Fort Lee, N.J., was boneheaded, the sort of idea a junior aide suggests to catch the eye of the boss. Gov. Chris Christie's critics, who hadn't been able to lay a glove on the Teflon governor, finally had something to batter him about the head and shoulders with.