The House voted to fund the DHS with restrictions on President Obama's immigration order.
What the funding debate for Homeland Security could mean for all of us. Extreme cold calls for extreme measures. Rules issued for flying drones. And how to make a most dangerous railroad crossing ...
Officials are waging a battle over the president's immigration executive order.
Pension reform? The panel gets guidance from Geithner. Savaging the "Save Atlantic City" plan. Food and fuel stalled by the governor's veto. Does refusing vaccinations imperil public health? And ...
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson says that he is most worried about lone wolf terrorist attacks in the U.S., because there is often no notice.
NJIT is studying drones to enhance the state and country's homeland security and emergency management capabilities.
The State of the State. What the governor left out. Casino competition just across the New York border. Ethics complaints in the public versus charter school fight. And K-9 cops in training.
Jeh Johnson says that the Dept. of Homeland Security has issued a number of directives regarding immigration.
A high stakes State of the State address. How it played to the Garden State and to the nation. Hacker attack on the U.S. Central Command. Changing security protocols in a digital age.
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security: Companies Share Responsibility to Protect Against Cyber Attacks
DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson says that there is a lot that companies can do to protect their networks from cyber attacks.
Prepping his State of the State. Glimpsing his campaign message. The state of Homeland Security. A new school for a changing Jersey City. Sick kids get special treatment. And weaving wonder.
Jeh Johnson says that Homeland Security was created to improve communication between government departments.
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.
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.