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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Mary Pat
Moving cautiously to repair his image, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is maintaining a low profile this weekend as the nation's governors gather in Washington.
In light of Chris Christie's "Bridgegate" scandal, the folks at the Daily Beast unearthed a clip from February 2013 of the New Jersey Republican telling constituents his favorite part about being governor: no traffic.
Hey, fat chance that a certain Garden State guy is going to eat his way right out of the 2016 election. Critics who hope New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has weight-related health issues that will squash a White House run need to find another complaint.
Rock singer Jon Bon Jovi walked through his hometown of Sayreville, N.J., with Gov. Chris Christie on Monday before announcing his donation of $1 million to the Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund.
Time to steal the doughnuts! Apparently, that's also the way to steal New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's heart.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was sued Monday over his administration's refusal to release correspondence between the president of Fox News and the governor or his staff after a report that the head of the network tried to persuade the first-term GOP governor to run for president in 2012 last summer.
Criticism started coming in like fastballs Wednesday over New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's use of a state helicopter to fly him and his wife to his son's high school baseball game.
Most likely voters - 67 percent - continue to believe U.S. society is "fair and decent", but far fewer feel that President Obama agrees with them, says a Rasmussen Reports survey released Wednesday.
"She looked at me and said, 'This never gets old,'" he said. "It might be the major reason she wants me to be reelected."