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Gov. Chris Christie discusses holiday traditions with host Eric Scott.
Gov. Chris Christie discusses holiday traditions with host Eric Scott.
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Legitimacy of Bridgegate ‘Traffic Study’ Undone

Claims that a traffic study was the true purpose of last September's chaotic lane closings at the George Washington Bridge have drawn skepticism for months. The Christie administration's internal report on Bridgegate leaves them in shreds.

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Samson Out, Christie Endorses PA Overhaul

Gov. Chris Christie surprised a Friday afternoon press conference by announcing the resignation of David Samson as chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and endorsing recommendations for structural changes in the PA.

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Bridgegate Messages Expose New Information [AUDIO]

Newly released versions of digital communications between two key Bridgegate figures portray arrogance, pettiness and callousness but shed no new light on the possible involvement of others.

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Is All the Christie Coverage Warranted? [POLL]

Doesn’t seem to be a day that goes by where the Governor is not being brought up attached to another alleged impropriety.

It’s “funny” in a way that this house of cards started to unravel right after the revelation of the GWB lane closures were being allegedly tied to political retribution against the Ft

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David Wildstein is sworn in before the Assembly transportation committee
David Wildstein is sworn in before the Assembly transportation committee investigating Bridgegate in January. (Twitter)
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Time for Wildstein to Come Clean [AUDIO]

The latest question in the Bridgegate scandal is “What does David Wildstein have to say, and will he testify?”

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Chris Christie, in Live Interview, Talks Bridgegate

Gov. Chris Christie, addressing the Bridgegate scandal in a live radio interview Monday night, said he wants the people of New Jersey to know, "I had nothing to do with this" and "I'm going to fix it." He also took a swipe at critics he said were engaging in "a game of gotcha."

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Christie’s Office Issues Attack on Wildstein

Gov. Chris Christie's office Saturday issued a sharp attack on the former Port Authority official who 24 hours earlier challenged the accuracy of Christie's statements about the Bridgegate scandal.

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Wildstein Letter: Christie Knew About Lane Closings

The fired Port Authority official who gave the order for the controversial closing of approach lanes to the George Washington Bridge now says Gov. Chris Christie knew about the closings at the time, according to a letter from his attorney.

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Wildstein Wants Immunity, But Will He Get It? [AUDIO]

Former Port Authority official David Wildstein remains a key figure in the Bridgegate scandal.

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Bridgegate Contributor Pleads the Fifth [VIDEO]

One of Gov. Chris Christie's appointees to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was found to be in contempt on Thursday after refusing to answer almost every question from an Assembly panel regarding the latest Bridgegate developments.

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