A new poll finds 53 percent of respondents doubt N.J. Gov. Chris Christie's claim that he didn't know about the 'Bridgegate' scheme in advance. Guess who is attending Gov. Christie's State of the Union address?
This week a Los Angeles judge will hear a case seeking to deem several statutes in California's education code unconstitutional. The case deals with teacher tenure, dismissing teachers, and the last-hired, first-fired rule.
Facing charges of accepting free trips and more than $200,000 in bribes from contractors, former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, who ran the city in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, will be in court and back in the spotlight this week.
Government officials warned protesters occupying Kiev city hall police could storm it to rescue two policemen allegedly being held by the protesters. Demonstrators also briefly seized the headquarters of the energy ministry.
Kim Guadagno strongly denied claims by Hoboken, N.J., Mayor Dawn Zimmer that Superstorm Sandy relief funds were withheld by Gov. Chris Christie's Lt. Governor. Kim Guadagno said the claims were "false" and "illogical."