White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel has admitted his high-intensity job leaves little room for quality time with his family, especially over the past few months with the escalating fight for health care. So it was a rare sight to see the father of three with his teenage son by his side as President Obama signed the historic health-care reform bill into law at the White House on Tuesday. Speaking of which, Emanuel did tell 60 Minutes’ Katie Couric that he does carve out one regular slot for his kids: "The kids swim with me in the morning. And I swim at 5:15 in the morning," he said. "They do it about twice a week. But so, like, that's considered family time."