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Gov. Chris Christie, (R-NJ), takes questions from the press about the George Washington Bridge debacle. The governor says he failed to recognize the true nature of the problem soon enough and that he was told the lane closings were a traffic study.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, (R-NJ), apologizes to the people of New Jersey for the conduct and behavior of members of his staff for their actions in the George Washington Bridge debacle. Christie has terminated two staff members directly involved in the matter and vows to take additional action if necessary.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, (R-NJ), says he is heartbroken and his trust was betrayed by members of his staff. The Governor says he fell short of expectations and the decisions made were unacceptable. Christie also stated he had no knowledge or involvement in the planning or execution of the bridge lane closings.
Former Gov. Ed Rendell, D-Pa., discusses if the New Jersey bridge controversy could threaten Gov. Chris Christie's presumed future run for the presidency.
CNBC's Eamon Javers previews New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's press conference where he will address the issue of who was involved in intentionally closing lanes on the George Washington Bridge.
Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich told Larry Kudlow that he sees holes in Gov. Chris Christie's denial regarding the George Washington Bridge lane closures scandal.
Larry Sabato, UVA Center for Politics, weighs in on Chris Christie's deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly's alleged involvement with the closing of lanes on the George Washington Bridge.
Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich gives Larry Kudlow his response to the news that Chris Christie's staff closed lanes on the George Washington Bridge as a political retaliation.
Staff emails between deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly of Chris Christie's administration and David Wildstein, at the Port Authority suggest Kelly allegedly ordered the closure of the lanes on the George Washington Bridge. Darryl Isherwood of The Star Ledger, and Matt Arco, PolitickerNJ political reporter, weigh in.
Emails were uncovered showing a staffer in New Jersey's Christie office closed traffic lanes as retribution against a Fort Lee mayor. The NYT reports.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports NJ Governor Chris Christie is "outraged and deeply saddened" after being misled by a staff member. Gov. Christie says such behavior is completely inappropriate and unsanctioned conduct.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a potential scandal involving Governor Chris Christie due to e-mails between deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly and David Wildstein, at the Port Authority. Kelly allegedly ordered the closure of the lanes to the George Washington Bridge as an attempt to make life more difficult for the Democratic mayor of Fort Lee, N.J.
Gov. Chris Christie recently signed an order allowing towns "to commandeer" private property needed to minimize the risk of coastal flooding. The WSJ reports.
Online gambling alone won't save Atlantic City casinos, and the revenues it generates could fall far short of projections, according to Fitch.
As Republicans draw up plans to use the troubled health care law against Democrats in elections next year, Obamacare is dividing Republican governors. The NYT reports.
There's a growing tension in politics: business is increasingly fed up with the activist wing of the GOP.
Discussing potential candidates for the 2016 presidential election, with Chris Ruddy, Newsmax Media founder and CEO, and James Carville, former advisor to President Clinton.
CNBC's John Harwood reports Hillary Clinton leads Chris Christie by 10 percent in the in a NBC News preview poll for the 2016 election.
Democrats counting on Obama simply to pass the torch to Hillary Clinton may be in for a letdown, if this expert's analysis is correct.
Discussing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's re-election, and what his win can teach the GOP, with Karen Finney, host of MSNBC's "Disrupt with Karen Finney"; Larry Sabato, UVA Center for Politics; and Dick Morris, Former President Clinton Advisor.