U.S. DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson says that ISIL is a very dangerous terrorist organization.
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.
The governor's new protocols to combat terror. The president's fight against violent extremism. Repairing roads when the Trust Fund's broke. What's broke about PATH? Caregivers get help.
Riders say the latest PATH service interruption was inconvenient and comes right before a fare increase.
Are transit hubs more secure now than 13 years ago? We'll talk to the 9/11 Commission chair. The nation's on a military footing again. Supporting Paterson's police force. And bats facing extinction.
Bi-state law enforcement, security council meet with FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Many memorial services commemorating the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are scheduled around the state.
A course at New Jersey Medical School teaches preparedness in dangerous times.
The governor addresses the bridge scandal and his future plans. The education commissioner says he’s leaving. And did NJ Transit really fumble its Super Bowl schedule?
Republicans have criticized the way the GWB lane closure investigation is going.
New developments in the GWB lane closure controversy. Strong emotions as lawmakers consider the fate of the DREAM Act. And looking for ways to storm proof the Jersey Shore.
Design teams have submitted proposals to prevent flooding through the Rebuild By Design competition.
A new poll in the governor’s race. New questions about Obamacare. We have the Assembly speaker and Republican leader here for a debate. Plus, the former mayor of Newark, Sharpe James.
Both Barbara Buono and Chris Christie visited New Jersey diners days before the election.
Those involved in the arts commemorated the anniversary of Hurricane Sandy at Arts Take Action: Sandy One Year Later at NJPAC.