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U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security: ISIL is Very Dangerous

1-8-15
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says that ISIL is a very dangerous terrorist organization that requires a lot of attention and focus.
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NJTV News Talking Security with Jeh Johnson, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security

1-8-15
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson joined NJTV News’ Mary Alice Williams to have an in-depth conversation about the state of security in the U.S. today.
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Assessing Security at Ports Newark, Elizabeth

1-7-15
Some officials say Port Newark and Port Elizabeth need to improve shipping container security.
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U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Discusses Port Security

1-7-15
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson says he is focusing on port security and how to improve it.
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Newark Police Address Relationship with Young Men of Color

1-6-15
During a My Brother's Keeper event at Central High School in Newark, police and young men of color met to discuss the relationship between the two groups.
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State Workers Question Legality of Prescription Copay Increases

1-2-15
New Jersey is facing a lawsuit over increases to prescription copays for state workers.
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Officials Promote Drunk Driving Prevention App

12-31-14
To help keep roadways safe, officials are promoting an app called SafeRide to prevent drunk driving.
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NJ Law Journal Publisher Emeritus: Law Journal Has Transitioned Over the Years

12-29-14
New Jersey Law Journal Publisher Emeritus Robert Steinbaum says that the publication has transitioned over the years, and that it has converted into a digital publication.
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‘Boardwalk Empire’ Author Discusses New Book

12-25-14
"Boardwalk Empire" author Nelson Johnson discusses his new book "Battleground NJ: Vanderbilt, Hague, and Their Fight for Justice," which chronicles reform in the New Jersey court system.
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Should Demonstrators Take a Pause Until NYPD Officers Are Buried?

12-23-14
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has asked for protests to stop until two officers killed in the line of duty are laid to rest. Gov. Christie agrees with him.