Sen. Mark Kirk slams House for tying immigration language to funding bill.
The Speaker refused to say how the House would react to a clean funding bill.
Chatter of another coup attempt has grown louder.
The Homeland Security Department will shut down on Saturday.
Centrist Republican Rep. Charlie Dent has emerged as his own party’s chief critic.
Conservative hardliners rail against what they view as GOP capitulation on immigration.
More than 20 conservatives signed a letter urging Boehner to hold steady.
Both sides appeared to dig in during the one-week recess.
The DHS put the brakes on Obama’s executive actions after judge's ruling.
“Immigrant families remain on a path to justice," one advocate said.
Centrist concerns grow as funding deadline gets closer.
Republicans in both chambers are increasingly frustrated with one another.
Congress faces high hurdles in passing President Obama's request, Pelosi said.
Obama’s closest ally in Congress is under pressure to support his anti-terror agenda.
Liberal lawmakers fear a provision that prohibits “enduring” combat troops is too vague.
Black caucus leaders want Obama to use his authority for criminal justice reform.
House Democrats are circulating a letter urging the Speaker to push back the speech.
Rep. Steny Hoyer suggested the bill should be put to the House floor in March.
GOP leaders probably won’t settle on a path forward until after next week’s recess.