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Latest Janet Napolitano Items
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Sunday that the United States never will be immune to terrorist threats.
The Obama administration could be breaking the law if it follows through on guidance that would mean the government detains fewer illegal immigrants, two top Republican senators said in a warning letter to the Department of Homeland Security this week.
Republicans have taken a 10-percentage-point lead over Democrats on the midterm generic ballot for Congress, the party's largest lead in the nearly 70 years Gallup has tracked the measure.
The Department of Homeland Security is not expected to implement a congressionally mandated program that would confirm the departure of foreign visitors from the United States through electronic fingerprint scans — a so-called biometric exit system.
After a Catholic nun's death earlier this month in a drunken-driving crash that police say was caused by a repeat-offender illegal immigrant, a key lawmaker wants the federal government to start detaining and deporting every illegal immigrant who commits a drunken-driving offense.
The Obama administration says it's wrong to try to change the constitutional amendment that grants automatic citizenship to babies born in the United States.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano on Friday said the administration has "enough" resources to secure the border now that President Obama signed into law a $600 million border security spending bill, and she said Congress must now act on a larger overhaul of the nation's immigration laws.
President Obama on Friday signed into law a $600 million border security bill that will put more agents and equipment along the Mexican border.
Two key sheriffs along the Arizona-Mexico border on Tuesday called a planned visit by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Assistant Secretary John Morton a "political stunt" and described as "pathetic" Obama administration attempts to "cover up its inaction in protecting our borders."