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(Newark, NJ) -- Senator Robert Menendez is outraged by the federal charges against him. As we hear from reporter Mitch Lebe, the New Jersey lawmaker is due in a Newark courtroom tomorrow. Play Clip
(Newark, NJ) -- A longtime New Jersey lawmaker is due in court in the morning following his indictment in Newark. Mitch Lebe reports he was angry. Play Clip
(Washington, DC) -- Indicted New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez is stepping aside from his leadership post on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. In a letter to Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, Menendez says stepping aside as the panel's ranking Democrat is in the "best...
(Newark, NJ) -- New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez says he is confident he will be exonerated of federal corruption charges. At a press conference in Newark, New Jersey, Menendez said he is outraged at the charges against him, adding he has lived under a cloud for the last three...
(Newark, NJ) -- New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez says he is confident he will be exonerated of federal corruption charges. At a press conference in Newark, Menendez said he is outraged at the charges against him, He says federal prosecutors "got it wrong" and cannot tell the...
(Newark, NJ) -- New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez says he is confident he will be exonerated of federal corruption charges. At a press conference in Newark, New Jersey, Menendez said he is outraged at the charges against him, adding he has lived under a cloud for the last three...
(Newark, NJ) -- New Jersey Senator Robert Menedez says he is confident he will be exonerated of federal corruption charges. At a press conference in Newark, New Jersey, Menedez said he is outraged at the charges against him, adding he has lived under a cloud for the last three...
(Newark, NJ) -- New Jersey Senator Robert Menedez says he is confident he will be exonerated of federal corruption charges. At a press conference in Newark, New Jersey, Menedez said he is outraged at the charges against him, adding he has lived under a cloud for the last three...
(Little Rock, AR) -- Arkansas Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson wants some changes in a new religious freedom bill. Hutchinson previously said he would sign the legislation but told a news briefing that he would not sign it without alterations. He said the law should not be...