It's true that some Republicans, such as Sen. Rand Paul, are showing a new attitude toward immigration reform, said Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez during a Monitor-sponsored breakfast.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is out to find some 600 'hackers for good,' but sequester cuts are derailing recruiting drives to build a skilled cyber workforce in government.
In an eventful few days, Mark Kelly was foiled in his attempt to show how easy it is to buy an assault-style rifle, and he arrived too late to help a sea lion pup in California.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano runs a department with 22 agencies and 240,000 employees, and she says not using e-mail helps keep her focused.
Anthony Lewis dies after a long career that included two Pulitzer prizes, several classic books, and 32 years of commentary on issues ranging from civil liberties and apartheid to the rights of indigent defendants.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano uses humor to address questions about the storm of criticism over new, less restrictive rules for allowing passengers to carry knives onto airplanes.
Billionaire and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg taps his money, and political zeal, to counter the political clout of the NRA. The gun rights group sees 'billions of reasons to take him seriously.'