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Josua Soto-Vasquez, Gianfranco Cervantes, and Yaxenis Ramos of North 13th Street Tech in Newark were named the winners for the 2015 Congressional App Challenge for high school students in New Jersey’s 10th Congressional District.
Together, our potential for success is unlimited. And together, we can make sure that every American, regardless of what they look like, has a fair shot at achieving that success.
Newark Central Ward Councilwoman Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins and U.S. Rep. Donald Payne Jr. visited North Star Academy Central Avenue campus Friday to talk to students about leadership.
On this month's Black History edition of Newark Today, we talk with Amiri Baraka Jr. and Congressman Donald Payne Jr. about the legacies of their fathers in the city of Newark and beyond.
Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. announced the winners of the 2015 Congressional App Challenge for high school students in New Jersey’s 10th Congressional District.
NJ Transit and the rail unions continued to talk Wednesday and have a tentative session scheduled next week, as the countdown clock to a strike or lock-out continues.
Amid concerning reports that terrorist organizations may use biological weapons to conduct an attack on American soil, and as the Zika virus, which has been linked to serious birth defects, continues to spread at rapid clip, lawmakers met to discuss the current status of US biosurveillance efforts.
The New Jersey lawmaker remembers his late father and predecessor, Rep. Donald Payne Sr., who was the first African American lawmaker to represent the state in Congress.
In response to the children that were burned alive by terrorist group Boko Haram as part of an assault in Nigeria that killed 86 people on Jan.31, 2016, Essex County Freeholder President Britnee N. Timberlake and Congressman Donald Payne, Jr., are hosting a roundtable discussion.
Upset over hour-long wait times at Newark Airport security checkpoints during Christmas, federal lawmakers from New Jersey asked the Transportation Security Administration on Thursday to prevent a repeat performance this spring.