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  • Obama unveils action on immigration, citing Scripture and precedent

    President Obama invited as many as 5 million immigrants and international visitors Thursday to openly live and work in the U.S., a controversial, unilateral demonstration of his power that signaled a new phase of activism for the remainder of his...
  • Obama's immigration plan offends legal immigrants

    Obama's immigration plan offends legal immigrants
    On March 17, 2014, in response to my letter addressed to the White House about my immigration case, President Barack Obama wrote back in an email message: "America's immigration system is badly broken, and I know many people are hurting because of it."...
  • Obama's Asia tour relaunches his efforts on 'legacy' issues

    Obama's Asia tour relaunches his efforts on 'legacy' issues
    After word reached the White House staff who had gathered for a drink in the hotel bar one night last week that President Obama was working out an aggressive climate deal with the Chinese president, the first toast was to the planet. The second was to...
  • Reid: Obama immigration executive action 'isn't anything new'

    Don't expect a novel legal justification from the White House for President Barack Obama's decision to provide unilateral deportation relief to the undocumented, said Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev. When asked if he thinks the president's move would survive a...
  • Obama's immigration orders aims to bring undocumented out of shadows

    Obama's immigration orders aims to bring undocumented out of shadows
    The immigration reform plan that President Barack Obama plans to outline on Thursday will shift enforcement focus to deporting undocumented immigrants deemed risks to national security or public safety, but will aim to protect families, the White House...
  • Obama prepares to act on immigration

    Obama prepares to act on immigration
    Thousands of immigrants in Maryland who are living in the country illegally could be shielded from deportation under an executive order President Barack Obama is set to unveil Thursday, an effort that has drawn sharp condemnation from congressional...
  • President Obama says he'll announce immigration reform plan Thursday

    President Obama says he'll announce immigration reform plan Thursday
    President Obama appeared to be zeroing in Wednesday on a set of immigration policy changes that could protect 2.5 million to 4.9 million people from deportation, as he prepared to address the nation Thursday night to make his case for reform. The...
  • Martin Schram: It's fight night over immigration reform

    Welcome to the Cable News Boxing Channel. Tonight, like every night, our main event features the same two heavyweights Congressional Republicans versus the Obama White House. This time, they are battling over immigration reform. There's the opening bell...
  • Senate Republicans up in 2016: No shutdown over immigration

    The coming battle over immigration with the White House has Senate Republicans up for re-election in 2016 fearful of a possible shutdown showdown. Indeed, many refuse to even entertain the possibility. "There will be no shutdown," said Sen. Mark S....
  • Would an Obama immigration order be on firm legal ground?

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama is about to flex his muscles on immigration; perhaps, skeptics believe, past the breaking point. As chief of the executive branch, Obama enjoys considerable authority to act on his own in certain areas, including...
  • Democrats' Keystone pipeline bill falls short in Senate vote

    Democrats' Keystone pipeline bill falls short in Senate vote
    The Senate narrowly avoided a postelection showdown between the White House and Congress when a bill authorizing construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline failed to get the 60 votes needed to pass Tuesday. Democratic Senate leaders had...