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Advocates want the administration to expand its deferred action program.
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Opponents of granting citizenship to 11 million illegal immigrants pounce on Census study.
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The pressure creates a serious dilemma for Obama.
Here’s who won and lost in the president’s $3.9 trillion budget proposal.
The move will avoid cancellation wave before Election Day.
A Democratic lawmaker is accusing the Obama administration of being "dishonest" in the handling of...
President Obama and Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) had a lot of catching-up to do on Tuesday.
President Obama’s new defense budget is getting a rough reception on Capitol Hill.
The fifth anniversary has launched the first significant battle to define Obama’s legacy.
They say President Obama better think twice.
Democrats who rode high on Obama-mania are now seeking to change the subject.
President Obama's aggressive use of administrative power has drawn GOP fire.
Conservatives hoping to celebrate his departure might be in for a long wait.
Obama told Democrats he can't make some changes without congressional action.
Boehner faces president who won’t bend and conference that can’t coalesce around an offer.
This and other revelations are in HRC, a new book about Clinton.
Obama risks muddling his message when he signs a farm bill that cuts food stamps.
Valerie Jarrett refused to back down despite a growing storm of criticism.
Black lawmakers have been up in arms over a number of Obama’s picks for the federal bench.
Traditional enemies are reaching out to each other to defeat Obama’s trade agenda.
Tech industry fumes at Obama’s failure to put forward a nominee for a critical position.
Obama and congressional Democrats are plotting strategy for 2014.
Obama and the Clintons have learned to love one another — politically-speaking, at least.
Obama must be careful with his comments about immigration.
He began a two-day tour of the Rust Belt to capitalize on momentum from State of the Union.
“I want more people to have the chance to save for retirement," Obama said.
Republicans are taking Obama to court over his use of executive power.
Release of principles on immigration reform will ignite a contentious debate.
Obama promised a dozen actions in the next year.
VIDEO | Jenkins and Van Hollen are cautiously optimistic that 2014 will be a productive year.
President Obama’s legacy and the future of his second term hang in the balance.
Veterans groups want to reverse a $6 billion reduction.
Rather than seek compromise, he will present inequality as a problem requiring action.
David Simas will run the Office of Political Strategy and Outreach.
The blasts killed at least six across Cairo.
President Obama will try to pump some vitality into a lackluster second term.
The president had been quoted saying he doesn't think pot "is more dangerous than alcohol."
John Podesta’s fingerprints are all over the agenda just three weeks into his tenure.
Republicans have noticed a change in the administration’s interest in the issue.
Conservatives say their party needs to get specific to win voters to their cause.
Obama seeks to reassure public on balance between liberties and security.
Rouse is expected to provide strategic advice to clients on moving initiatives through D.C.