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  • Gov. Chris Christie 'embarrassed and humiliated' by traffic scandal

    NEW YORK -- A contrite New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie apologized Thursday and said he was "embarrassed and humiliated" by the actions of his staff that closed busy access lanes of the George Washington Bridge in September, snarling traffic in a town whose...
  • 'Bridgegate': What is the scandal ensnaring Chris Christie?

    The so-called “Bridgegate” scandal blew up Wednesday, with documents providing evidence that top aides to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie were involved in the closure of multiple lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge. Christie says he...
  • Chris Christie has some explaining to do to readers

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he was unaware, but apparently staffers in his administration dished out some old-fashioned political punishment -- by playing with people's lives. For the handful of people who might not know by now, until...
  • Bridge scandal: Chris Christie, in me-me-me mode, is very sad. Very.

    Bridge scandal: Chris Christie, in me-me-me mode, is very sad. Very.
    After watching New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie emote for two hours in a nationally televised news conference Thursday, we still don’t know why his minions decided to wreak havoc on thousands of commuters last September. We don’t know what the...
  • Former New Jersey official takes the 5th in 'Bridgegate' questioning

    Former New Jersey official takes the 5th in 'Bridgegate' questioning
    A former New Jersey Port Authority official and appointee of Gov. Chris Christie, implicated in the political scandal over the deliberate lane closures onto the busy George Washington Bridge, refused to answer questions about the episode before a state...
  • Bring Charges In N.J. Traffic Scandal

    Bring Charges In N.J. Traffic Scandal
    If a regular person pulled a stunt that caused a massive traffic snarl, delaying workers, wasting fuel, polluting the air, making kids late for school and possibly causing a death, that person would likely be arrested for creating a public nuisance, or...
  • Do you believe Christie didn't know about bridge lanes plot?

    Do you believe Christie didn't know about bridge lanes plot?
    N.J. Gov. Chris Christie apologized Thursday for traffic jams his aides caused in Fort Lee, N.J. in September and said that he knew nothing of the scheme until this week. The brash governor said he was “blindsided” to learn that an aide and an...
  • Christie's Presidential Hopes Finished

    The George Washington Bridge claimed a casualty Wednesday. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's political ambitions were killed by a lethal stew of texts, emails and orange cones. You don't see that very often. The fatal conspiracy began last summer. One of...
  • Gov. Chris Christie expresses contrition over bridge scandal

    FORT LEE, N.J. — With a daylong public apology for political retribution he blamed on his staff, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tried mightily Thursday to keep a local traffic issue from blossoming into a full-blown threat to his 2016 presidential...
  • Chris Christie bridge documents show port authority feud over closures

    On the morning of the fourth day of closures that snarled traffic ┬áleading to the George Washington bridge last September — the result of what New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said was political retribution by his staff — the executive...
  • Chris Christie, by Shakespeare

    If Chris Christie's insistence that he didn't order his aides to snarl traffic on the George Washington Bridge sounds familiar, it should. Think Shakespeare. More specifically, think "Richard II." Reading the emails sent by Christie's aides and...