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In the on-going investigation into Gov. Chris Christie's administration, new texts and emails have been released, showing a top aide and an appointee mocking a rabbi and joking about "traffic problems." CNN Investigations' Chris Frates reports.
CNN's Chris Frates reports on the growing probe into New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's bridge scandal.
Gov. Christie is raising money for fellow GOP governors in Chicago, where he commented on the Fort Lee traffic scandal.
Gov. Chris Christie is firing back at a former ally who says he knew about controversial lane closures at a busy bridge.
New Jersey State Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg responds to a new claim from the governor's former ally.
Gov. Chris Christie's former ally questions the accuracy in the governor's statements regarding the lane closure scandal.
In an exclusive report, CNN Investigations' Chris Frates discovers how the man at the center of the G.W. Bridge scandal was given a job that never existed before - as an appointee of the Christie administration.
As the first subpoenas were issued in the investigation into Chris Christie's administration, the New Jersey governor returned to his duties in his home state, saying nothing will keep him from doing his job. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
Loretta Weinberg, the Majority Leader of the New Jersey State Senate, says she thinks Gov. Chris Christie has helped create a bad political environment in the state - and expresses her total outrage against the New Jersey Port Authority.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, New Jersey State Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald talks about subpoenas, top Christie aide Bridget Kelly, and the questions his special investigatory committee will be trying to answer as they dig into Gov. Christie's scandal. He tells Wolf he would be “shocked” if Kelly “made this decision independently” to close the bridge lanes last September.