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The top Homeland Security official accused of cultivating a "frat-house"-style work environment has "voluntarily placed herself on leave" amid an internal review, the department told FoxNews.com late Tuesday evening -- just hours after FoxNews.com contacted the agency about new allegations against her. The official, Suzanne Barr, is chief of staff for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Meanwhile, Napolitano, in an interview with the Arizona Republic newspaper, broached the topic of stepping down as head of Homeland Security and returning to her home state.
“It’s certainly in my mind,” she said. “I don’t know if or when. But I left a lot of my stuff in Arizona. And I’m still a registered voter there.”
DHS declined further comment on Napolitano’s future.