It's the “third-grade equivalent of taking your ball and going home,” Dan Pfieffer said.
White House released memo from prominent scholars arguing moves were within legal authority.
Excerpts of speech show Obama will defend his actions as legal.
Executive actions to be announced in prime-time address; Republicans adamant in opposition.
In a prime-time address on Thursday, Obama will announce executive actions.
ABC, CBS and Fox confirmed they won't air the primetime immigration address.
Joseph Clancy will outline “bottom-to-top assessment” of failures within agency.
Officials held calls with activists Tuesday to discuss the president's looming action.
Press secretary Josh Earnest declines to say if President Obama would veto Senate bill.
The president is asking lawmakers for $6B in emergency funds to fight the disease.
Consultant who mocked "stupidity" of U.S. voter attended high-level White House meetings.
Some fear the party is placing far too much trust in demographics.
The second enrollment period will provide a test for the health law.
Reports that Obama is going big with his executive action is exciting some Dems.
The president is reportedly leaning toward an expansion of his deferred action program.
Obama has taken significant steps to the left since his party’s devastating losses.
From China to North Korea to Iran, Obama is putting pen to paper to achieve policy goals.
Biden notes the changes in comments at Arlington National Cemetery.
Obama has said “a big gap” remains in the nuclear weapons negotiations.
FCC could vote on possible reclassification of broadband service as early as Dec. 11.