Chief Justice Stuart Rabner issued the memo three years ago under Corzine
Ed Murray/The Star-Ledger Gov. Chris Christie during a press conference. TRENTON -- Gov.
Ed Murray/The Star-LedgerGov. Chis Christie and former U.S. Rep.
Stephen Briggs/For The Star-LedgerStudent Pat Duane uses the Cougar Deli at Chatham High School in this September 2009 file photo.
AP Photo/Alex Lloyd Gross Reputed mobster Joseph "Skinny Joey" Merlino leaves Philadelphia police headquarters Aug.
Despite the economic downturn causing New Jersey to cut work force by 114,100 jobs last year, employers managed to add thousands by hiring potential employees abroad, according to a report by P
Officials investigate if labor union officials on leave from N.J. jobs are breaking federal pension laws
Inquiry, initiated in September, is part of a broader review of the N.J. pension system to make sure it complies with IRS regulations, says outgoing director Fred Beaver
MONROE -- A former president of a labor union representing corrections officers at the New Jersey Training School For Boys in Monroe pleaded guilty today to stealing $66,300 from union coffers.
NJEA spokesman says he did not sense a conciliatory tone from the governor
hosted by Eric Mann on 04/27/2009
"The veteran documentary filmmaker discusses her new film on the United Workers Cooperative Colony - aka the Coops -- in the Bronx. There, Jewish immigrant families, many of them Communists, built a utopian new home for themselves in their new country, challenged racial barriers, and engaged in the mass struggles of the day."