Over the weekend we heard rumblings of President Obama's latest
amnesty immigration plan and now, Janet Napolitano has announced she'll be staying in her position as the head of Homeland Security.
Napolitano, who has been dealing with the recent death of her father, had planned to stay and the administration confirmed that she would on Monday. While not unexpected, her remaining in place means that most of Obama’s first-term Cabinet will begin the second term unchanged.
A former governor of Arizona, Napolitano may play an important role in Obama’s push for immigration legislation, a high early priority for the administration.