Gov. Chris Christie says the chairman of the Port Authority has resigned amid continuing questions about politically inspired lane closures near the George Washington Bridge.» Read More
NJ Governor Chris Christie addresses press during his time in Fort Lee, NJ. I am here today to apologize to the people of Fort Lee and work to gain their trust, says Christie.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is currently meeting with Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich to apologize for the bridge scandal.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports David Wildstein, the Port Authority appointee who took the order to close bridge lanes, pleaded the fifth in court today. CNBC's Eamon Javers and Ben White, Politico's chief economics correspondent, provide perspective.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports Gov. Chris Christie is about to touch down in Fort Lee, New Jersey to apologize to Mayor Mark Sokolich.
Driving from NJ to NYC means crossing the George Washington Bridge onto the worst U.S. highway where drivers spend an average of six days in traffic.
Discussing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's comments on the traffic scandal, and whether he can be trusted, with Chris Malone, Fidelum Partners founder, and Josh Barro, Business Insider.
New Jersey Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald (D), says the public has an absolute right to public transparency. He shares his opinions on NJ Gov. Christie's press conference on the bridge scandal.
Should CEOs lead like New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie? Former Microsoft COO Bob Herbold of Herbold Group LLC, and Mary Uhl-Bien, University of Nebraska, share their opinions.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on comments made by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in regards to news Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich, who initially said he did not want to meet with Christie Thursday after his press conference. He reconsidered and said he'd be happy to host the governor.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, (R-NJ), responds to the Mayor of Fort Lee, who initially said the governor shouldn't bother coming. The mayor has since reconsidered.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the press conference by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in regards to the bridge traffic scandal.
CNBC's Eamon Javers has the latest details on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's press conference where the state leader is apologizing for the George Washington Bridge scandal.
Fred Malek, Republican Governors Association Finance Chairman, praises New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for acting "decisively" to fire a close aide implicated in a scandal involving traffic in a town near the George Washington Bridge.
Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, a Democrat, isn't convinced New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is truthful when he denies knowing his close aide had orchestrated a traffic jam as political retribution.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, (R-NJ) address if the bridge controversy will affect a potential run for the 2016 presidency.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, (R-NJ) said in a government of 65,000 people mistakes are going to be made and he is responsible for those mistake. But history shows his administration has hired outstanding people with great ethical standards who have done their jobs extremely well.
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.
Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., answers the question if he thinks he is a "political bully" and if his governing style contributed to the George Washington Bridge fiasco.
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.