A member of the Christie Administration has admitted that there were some inaccuracies in a press release that was issued regarding a politically-connected developer that received $4.8 million in Hurricane Sandy aid to help construct luxury apartments in New Brunswick,
In an appearance on Face the Nation Sunday, the New Jersey lawmaker heading the investigation into "Bridgegate" said it's still too soon to determine if any knowledge or involvement in the scandal by Gov. Chris Christie could lead to impeachment, although he didn't quite rule out the possibility.
Hours after downed wires caused delays on Amtrak trains between New York and Washington D.C., NJ Transit is reporting 20 to 30-minute hold-ups on its Northeast Corridor, Raritan Valley Line and North Jersey Coastline in both directions due to an overhead power problem near Newark Penn Station.
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