New Jersey's attorney general says Republican Gov. Chris Christie is not required to disclose gifts -- such as sports tickets and free travel -- that he receives from friends on his state ethics forms.
Gov. Chris Christie says he plans to announce in the near future a detailed proposal for making college more affordable and to ensure that institutions of higher education are matching students' skills to the needs of employers.
A former ally of Gov. Chris Christie pleaded guilty Friday to helping to engineer traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 and concocting a cover-up along with two other officials with close ties to Christie.
While he hasn't formally announced he's running for president, Governor Christie made a statement this week implying some major changes need to happen nationwide. According to him, Medicare and Social Security need serious reform, including a means test and a higher retirement age.
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