Michael Aron breaks down some of Christie's most notable moments from the third Republican presidential debate.
Three years later, and after a heap of criticism about how the Sandy recovery has been handled, the governor pats his administration on the back. With the need, the struggle and the desperation to ...
More fallout from the federal corruption probe of the Port Authority. United Airlines executives are out over favors, including a special "chairman's flight" to his weekend home. Newark's Mayor's ...
Former Attorney General John Farmer talks about how terrorist groups are taking advantage of America's alienated youth.
Trouble on the tracks. Amtrak executives tell state senators without the will and billions in wherewithal to build a new Hudson River tunnel, the commute may only get worse. A Great Adventure. Inner ...
Congressman Leonard Lance sat down with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron to discuss the Iran nuclear deal.
How is Homeland Security preventing home-grown terror? Port Authority reform. It's not over yet. The right to vote: it's not in the Constitution yet. And baby it's cold outside.
U.S. DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson says that ISIL is a very dangerous terrorist organization.
Ebola screenings at Newark Liberty. Expanding capacity at Port Newark. Our top threats: Homeland Security IDs them. Bet on sports betting. Protesting the Pinelands pipeline.
Officials gathered to discuss security issues at the "Emerging Issues in the Homeland Enterprise" conference.
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.
More murders in Newark and the mayor finds himself in hot water. Plus, the governor’s race as seen by former Gov. Florio. And three congressmen tell us what they plan to do about Syria.
Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11) would vote against authorizing President Obama to use military force in Syria if the vote were held today.
Late development in the Syrian crisis as a vote in London could stop the president in his tracks. We’ll hear what our U.S. Senate candidates have to say. And get reaction from the Syrian archbishop ...