Though he's returned from the 2016 presidential campaign trail, New Jersey's voters still give Gov. Christie low marks for how he handles the state's pressing issues.
A Rutgers researcher finds some financial choices are driven by a primal urge to be a grandparent.
A new Rutgers study shows that middle-aged people are particularly vulnerable to suicide when under financial or economic stress.
As Chris Christie attempts to build a following among national Republicans as he considers a 2016 presidential bid, New Jersey voters have soured on him, a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll finds.
Dr. Carlos Seiglie is an economist with particular expertise in Cuban and Latin American economic and political relations.
Gov. Chris Christie's apparent "small rebound" in favorability following his Bridgegate ratings collapse now looks like a "temporary blip," according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
Rutgers conference will analyze the state's distribution and supply chain activity, data centers and multifamily housing market.
Despite Gov. Chris Christie's apparent shortcomings handling several key issues, voters generally give him high grades.
Report finds that by June 2013, nine states had regained all private-sector jobs lost during the last recession.