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.
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.'
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is on a mission to challenge the NRA's longtime sway over gun policies. Here are the strengths each side brings to the gun-control debate.
The Gingrich and Santorum campaigns reportedly made a serious bid to form a 'unity ticket.' But it probably could not have wrested the GOP nomination from Romney, nor the general election from Obama.
Obamacare 'kills' – literally, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R) asserted on the House floor Thursday, roiling her critics. But that's just the latest in a series of controversial claims she has made lately.
Republican Senator Chambliss has taken some flak for saying he opposes gay marriage because he's 'not gay.' But it's another sign that GOP opposition is moving from doctrinaire to personal.
Huzzah! Both House and Senate have voted to fund the government through the end of this fiscal year, and their measure is winging its way to Obama's desk for signing. Here are three reasons this is notable.