This started with an easy question. How did Chris Christie blow more than $80,000 in less than two years on concessions at MetLife Stadium? We know the governor (now presidential wannabe) spent that much because his office released his spending
Join Inquirer Staff Writers Andrew Seidman, Maddie Hanna and Erin McCarthy live at Livingston High School where N.J. Gov. Chris Christie is announcing his run for the GOP nomination for president.
Chris Christie's entry into the presidential race moves his strained relationship with New Jersey voters into something looking a lot like a divorce. And it would probably be uncontested. The governor's standing in New Jersey has fallen so far that a
Chris Christie (R) is announcing his 2016 presidential bid on Tuesday afternoon at his old high school in New Jersey, making him the 14th major Republican hopeful so far. Ahead of the event, we tracked down Christie in
Negativity toward Christie in the past 18 months has pervaded judgments on Christie as a person (now seen as more bully than trustworthy), his job (no rating crosses the 50-percent mark), and his chances for 2016 (more