The Bridgegate lane closure scandal has opened up new issues and controversies about operations at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Gov. Christie Monday said they need "careful" examination.
Gov. Chris Christie Monday said he has not been subpoenaed by the U.S. Attorney investigating Bridgegate and declined to say whether he would testify before the joint legislative committee probing the lane-closing affair that has roiled his administration.
The outwardly cool and ultra-confident Gov. Chris Christie admits he was nervous at a high-level meeting to discuss the growing Bridgegate scandal. That nugget can be found within interview notes newly released by the law firm hired to do the governor's internal investigation.
Some political insiders are wondering if the two investigations on a traffic jam scandal orchestrated by former aides to Gov. Chris Christie are on a collision course that will ultimately force the New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation to disband so the U.S. Attorney's Office…
Gov. Chris Christie and other defendants will get more time to file their responses to two lawsuits related to the September lane closures at the George Washington Bridge that are central to a traffic jam scandal threatening the Republican governor's political ambitions.
In a devastating blow for the legislative committee investigating Bridgegate, a judge has ruled that two key players in the scandal do not have to turn over subpoenaed documents. Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Sayreville), co-chair of the Select Committee on Investigation, said his panel's work…
Despite a report clearing Gov. Chris Christie of any wrongdoing in connection with the September lane closures in Fort Lee, the Bridgegate debacle may still be affecting how New Jersey voters view Christie's job performance.
The Select Committee on Investigation is scheduled to meet Tuesday afternoon at the State House in Trenton to discuss the possibility of issuing additional subpoenas related to the ongoing Bridgegate probe.
If a judge forces two key players in Bridgegate to turn over subpoenaed documents, the legislative committee investigating the scandal will get answers to very important and still unanswered questions according to the co-chair of the Select Committee on Investigation.