Jan. 20, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

The country’s 45th commander in chief is sworn in, exhorts his base and parades before tackling the hardest job in the world.

Protests today. Some New Jersey representatives skipping the ceremony, but joining tomorrow’s Women’s March on the mall.

Bridgegate documents stay secret. For now. Does the public have a right to see those records?

Do sober dorms on campus for students recovering from addiction make a difference in their sobriety and success?

And honoring the Thin Blue Line with a thin blue line. The color violates the highway handbook. Does Congress really have to vote an exception?