Indiana governor Evan Bayh pushed back against Obama's executive action on immigration.
Dems worry Landrieu won't be able to overcome GOP opponent.
President Obama used his weekly address to reiterate executive action on immigration.
Obama took aim at Speaker Boehner as he defended his executive action on immigration.
Former President Jimmy Carter said order was right move but should have happened sooner.
It's the “third-grade equivalent of taking your ball and going home,” Dan Pfieffer said.
The woman was arrested less than an hour before Obama's immigration speech.
The White House was "confident" the address would get "ample attention" from the media.
Attendees included AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka, NAACP's Cornell Brooks and Al Sharpton.
Lawmakers also emphasized the need for a more permanent fix.
"Hurting others or destroying property is not the answer," he pleaded.
Liberal immigrants-rights group posts documents online in defiance of White House wishes.
Executive actions to be announced in prime-time address; Republicans adamant in opposition.
“Secretary Clinton created a fiasco. And we're going to investigate it,” Chaffetz said.
Rep. Tim Walz says he has been "kicking around the idea" with Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid under fire from Democrats over how he runs weekly meetings.
Some Democrats are skeptical that he will really be that different as Oversight chairman.
The president of United Farm Workers says order could affect 250,000 workers.
“The social cost will be profound on the U.S. taxpayer," the retiring congresswoman said.
Rep. Tim Walz says he was denied a chance at a plum committee post.