NJ Gov. Chris Christie Press Secretary Michael Drewniak testifies about a December 4th dinner in which he says David Wildstein told him that Bill Stepian, Bridget Kelly and Gov. Christie knew about his traffic study in September, and what Chris Christie had to say about that.
NJ Gov. Christie Press Secretary Michael Drewniak tells a legislative panel that during a dinner with David Wildstein, Wildstein told him that the lane closures on the George Washington Bridge were his idea.
Former Christie aide Christina Genovese Renna testifies before the New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation, that Bridget Kelly knew about the lane closures on the G.W. bridge, and that Kelly asked Renna to delete a potentially incriminating email.
New Jersey State Sen. Loretta Weinberg criticizes a recent report that seems to indicate that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had no prior knowledge of closing lanes to the George Washington Bridge.
Following the release of a report clearing N.J. Gov. Chris Christie of wrongdoing in the bridge scandal, can he make a comeback? Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and New Jersey State Sen. Loretta Weinberg discuss.
Port Authority head David Samson, an ally of Gov. Chris Christie and one of the key individuals cited in the ongoing investigations into the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal, has resigned.
The internal investigation that was commissioned by the N.J. governor paints a vivid portrait of a frustrated Chris Christie, who took to “slamming the door” in the wake of the George Washington Bridge scandal.
A police officer who is a longtime friend of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was at the George Washington Bridge during lane closures that jammed traffic and sparked a scandal in the governor’s administration, MSNBC reported on Sunday.
After the last 72 hours of new developments in the scandals hitting New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s administration, the political story here is no longer about whether Christie can survive to be a top presidential contender in 2016. Rather, it’s about whether he’ll be able to hold on to his governorship.
A key New Jersey Democrat said Sunday that a new accusation about Gov. Chris Christie's knowledge of the bridge closing scandal enveloping his administration is unproven and raises credibility questions about the accuser.
NBC News’ Kelly O’Donnell looks ahead to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s “State of the State” address as the state of his political career is up in the air amid the George Washington Bridge controversy.
For the second time in the past week, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie today will deliver much-anticipated remarks in Trenton -- this time in his “State of the State” address at 3:00 pm ET. And the question is how much, if anything, he says about the George Washington Bridge scandal that has engulfed his administration.
The mayor whose town was apparently punished by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s aides during last year’s campaign said Sunday “I take him at his word” that Christie had no prior knowledge of lane closings leading to the George Washington Bridge.