Napolitano’s years at Homeland Security pay dividends for ‘Arizona Mafia’
Being part of the massive entourage that Janet Napolitano brought with her from Arizona to the Beltway has been a great career move for some of her loyalists.
Napolitano approved as Calif. university president
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was approved Thursday as the first female president of the 10-campus University of California system and is expected to begin the job in September.
Official cites Arizona’s water management as model for Colorado River
The director of the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association told a Senate subcommittee Tuesday that there is no “silver bullet” to the problem of rising demand for water from the Colorado River.
Napolitano making debut before university board
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was scheduled to be formally introduced Thursday to the 26 people who are expected to become her new bosses — members of the University of California’s governing board.
Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano resigning
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, who led the burgeoning Department of Homeland Security through a host of policy changes in the post 9/11 era, is resigning to head the University of California system.
Immigration bill faces uncertain future in House
WASHINGTON — The immigration debate is shifting to the Republican-led House, where lawmakers have shown little appetite for the large-scale, comprehensive approach their Senate colleagues embraced last week.
House lawmakers grill Border Patrol, as Senate passes immigration bill
A House subcommittee grilled Customs and Border Patrol agents Thursday over Southwest border security, charging that agents cannot identify which areas of the border are most dangerous.
Bipartisanship is hard work; who knew it could be sweaty, too?
It’s one thing to claim that you can work across the congressional aisle in the spirit of bipartisanship.
It’s quite another to sweat with members of the other party.
Renzi seeks postponement of Aug. 16 sentencing
TUCSON — Former U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi has requested a postponement of his Aug. 16 sentencing date for more than a half dozen corruption charges accusing him of using his office for personal financial gain and looting a family insurance business to help pay for his 2002 campaign.
McCain urges tougher US stance with Russia, China
Sen. John McCain says the diplomatic row between Washington and Moscow over admitted CIA leaker Edward Snowden is “reminiscent of the Cold War” and says the Obama administration must be tougher in its dealings with both Russia and China.
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