New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks with TODAY’s Matt Lauer about the Jersey Shore’s recovery process post-Sandy, President Obama’s planned trip to the shore next week, and the upcoming hurricane season.
As the Jersey Shore kicks off the summer season this Memorial Day weekend, there has been much rebuilding success, but there is still a long way to go to restart the area’s economic engine. TODAY’s Matt Lauer reports.
Politico’s Mike Allen talks about the ad saying it gave Gov. Chris Christie a chance to show pride in how he responded to Hurricane Sandy regardless of the criticism.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has announced that $300 million in federal money has been made available to buy homes in flood-prone areas. The U.S. will turn those properties into wetlands to lessen future flooding.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says the state will use $300 million in federal funding to allow homeowners to sell their storm-damaged properties. NBC’s Brian Williams reports
Having dropped considerable weight herself, “Jersey Shore” star Snooki offered some moral support to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie after his recent lap-band surgery.
Journalist Matt Lauer and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie walk on the re-constructed boardwalk in Seaside Heights, New Jersey May 24, 2013, in this photo courtesy of NBC. Christie oversaw a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open a freshly re-constructed boardwalk in Seaside Heights and declared it "a g
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie cuts a ribbon to officially open the re-constructed boardwalk in Seaside Heights, New Jersey May 24, 2013, in this photo courtesy of NBC. The New Jersey shore ushered in the unofficial start of summer on Friday, with businesses making last-minute preparations and o
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks at a groundbreaking ceremony for the Technology Enhanced Accelerated Learning Center news conference in Newark, New Jersey, in this May 7, 2013, file photo. The republicans are looking for signs of a candidate who could unite the party's religious right, its