Senate Set to Vote on Ridge as Homeland Security Chief The Senate is expected to confirm Tom Ridge as the first secretary of the new Department of Homeland Security. Meanwhile, the head of the Transportation Security Administration blocks efforts by employees to form a union, saying it would jeopardize national security. NPR's Jackie Northam reports.

Senate Set to Vote on Ridge as Homeland Security Chief

Senate Set to Vote on Ridge as Homeland Security Chief

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The Senate is expected to confirm Tom Ridge as the first secretary of the new Department of Homeland Security. Meanwhile, the head of the Transportation Security Administration blocks efforts by employees to form a union, saying it would jeopardize national security. NPR's Jackie Northam reports.