More controversy for New Jersey Governor and possible presidential contender Chris Christie. 

New Jersey lawmakers say they'll set up a special committee to investigate lane closures that caused a massive traffic jam last month.  It affected a town whose mayor did not endorse Governor Christie's reelection.  Christie denies involvement.

In a separate probe, federal investigators will apparently audit a Sandy Recovery campaign.  The PR firm hired bid $2 million more than a competitor and featured the Governor in the run up to the election.  Christie's office says the ads were approved by the Obama administration.