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  • CNN producers try to break into World Trade Center, get arrested

    CNN producers try to break into World Trade Center, get arrested
    Security at the World Trade Center site has been under fire recently after media reports of a teen sneaking in to take a selfie and a group of men BASE jumping from the top of One World Trade Center began to surface. In an attempt to see how difficult...
  • Chris Christie cleared of bridge traffic role by attorneys he hired

    Chris Christie cleared of bridge traffic role by attorneys he hired
    An internal review by a team of lawyers hired by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie concluded that the governor’s aides came up with the idea to close off the access lanes to the George Washington Bridge on their own, without the governor or other...
  • Chris Christie's 'Bridgegate' given a $1-million coat of whitewash

    Well, as they say in Jersey, “Chris Christie didn’t do nuthin’!” On Thursday, the New Jersey governor’s handpicked legal team cleared him of any wrongdoing in "Bridgegate" — the four-day traffic tie-up in Fort Lee, N....
  • Chris Christie lawyers clear him, blame aides in bridge dispute

    Chris Christie lawyers clear him, blame aides in bridge dispute
    Lawyers hired by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie have cleared him of wrongdoing in the massive traffic jam at the foot of the George Washington Bridge, concluding that it was just one more “crazy idea” by one of Christie’s loyalists,...
  • Chris Christie defends bridge report, announces departure of key ally

    Chris Christie defends bridge report, announces departure of key ally
    TRENTON, N.J. – Gov. Chris Christie said Friday that the chairman of the authority that controls the George Washington Bridge has resigned, and Christie vowed to reform the agency in the wake of the scandal over a politically-motivated traffic jam....
  • Pointing to bridge report, Christie vows to reform Port Authority

    TRENTON, N.J. — Reasserting himself publicly a day after his handpicked lawyers cleared him of involvement in September's massive George Washington Bridge traffic jam, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie vowed Friday to reform the agency that controls...
  • GM, Christie travel path of no resistance

    Lawyering-up used to be a sign of guilt. Hiring lawyers to try to pre-empt a raft of independent investigations is a sign of futility. Last Thursday, we got the results of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's inquiry into himself; General Motors has just...
  • Christie Texas trip highlights damage of bridge scandal

    For the first time in two decades, Texas is electing itself a new governor, making the contest — featuring liberal heroine Wendy Davis — one of the marquee races of this election year. That alone would be good reason for New Jersey Gov. ...
  • Latest tax scam has me asking: Did you just get off the bus?

    The dumbest scam I've ever heard of involved a guy at New York's Port Authority bus station during the big bad decade of the 1980s. As the out-of-town rubes arrived on 42nd Street and struggled to get their bearings, the dude would approach with this...
  • Chrysler to export Jeeps at long vacant Portsmouth port

    Chrysler to export Jeeps at long vacant Portsmouth port
    PORTSMOUTH — A long line of 700 Jeeps sat parked in a lot under an overpass in Portsmouth on a recent afternoon. The vehicles had been moved by train from a Toledo, Ohio, plant where Chrysler manufactures Wranglers and Cherokees. They arrived on...
  • Judge sides with Chris Christie aides over bridge documents

    Judge sides with Chris Christie aides over bridge documents
    Two former aides to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie don’t have to turn over their emails and other documents, a New Jersey judge ruled Wednesday, dealing a serious setback to a state legislative committee’s effort to answer the questions...