Christie: Wife Refused To Move To Washington For Trump PostNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he has turned down several jobs in the Trump administration because his wife refuses to move to Washington.
Christie Still Backs Trump, But Admonishes His CommentsNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie still supports Donald Trump, even though he finds the Republican presidential candidate's sexually aggressive comments "completely indefensible."
Trump Meets With His VP FinalistsDonald Trump on Wednesday entered the final phase of his high-profile search for a running mate, arranging last-minute meetings with his finalists and family members as his staff prepares for a Friday announcement.
Christie Won't Rule Out Another White House RunChris Christie said on a radio call-in show he doesn't foresee another campaign, but loves serving and could not say he would never seek the presidency again.
Kasich Wanted Christie's EndorsementKasich says he was a little surprised when Christie gave his support to Trump.
Final GOP Debate Before Iowa CaucusesTexas Sen. Ted Cruz led off the latest GOP presidential debate by channeling the insult-prone Donald Trump.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Doesn't Want Cowboys Getting ManzielChris Christie made his opinion loud and clear about the possibility of his Dallas Cowboys picking up Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel.
GOP Debate: And Then There Were SevenThe first question of the prime-time GOP presidential debate was about jobs: President Barack Obama says the economy is durable and new jobs are being created. What do the Republican candidates see that he doesn't?
Final 2015 GOP Debate In Las VegasThe 2016 Republican presidential candidates are debating for the last time in 2015, this time in Las Vegas, as they race for advantage seven weeks before the first votes are cast in Iowa.
Christie Shrugs Off Boot From Debate's Main StageIn the middle of what had been shaping up to be among the best weeks of his campaign, the Republican governor of New Jersey was kicked to the "kiddie table" for Tuesday's GOP debate.
Low Polling Drags Christie & Huckabee To Undercard DebateTwo candidates who have been part of each of the Republican debates so far, Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee, have been demoted to next week's undercard event because of low national poll numbers.
Highlights From The GOP Debate In BoulderThe Republican presidential candidates are debating for the third time in the 2016 nomination contest.