The departing lawmaker is taking some last-minute jabs at the president.
The president renewed his cheaper "bronze-level" plan through 2015.
The Florida Republican denounced the president's actions on three Sunday shows.
The Hill's Editor-in-Chief Bob Cusack breaks down some of the biggest questions going into 2015.
Obama will face reporters Friday before he departs for a 17-day Hawaiian vacation.
The judge criticized the "arguably unequal and arbitrary" enforcement.
It's a last-minute push to boost enrollment ahead of a Monday deadline.
President said the league was "winging it" handling domestic violence cases.
"It's difficult to imagine something more dangerous," he quipped.
Percentage saying race relations are good is the lowest since the Clinton years.
The president said the CIA's methods did "significant damage to America's standing."
Thirty-four percent of millennials back Obama, down from 45 percent in 2012.
The president's approval is at its highest level since May 2013.
NYPD officer Rafael Ramos will be laid to rest on Saturday.
The president was briefed on the shootings while vacationing in Hawaii.
"I think LeBron did the right thing," Obama said, endorsing the protest.
The Tea Partyer joined other 2016 contenders in bashing Obama's change in Cuba policy.
The bill was passed unanimously by both the House and Senate.
Josh Earnest said Obama and Pelosi have a "good working relationship."
Obama asked business to help "make a strong case" for the deal to Congress.
The executive order is less popular with U.S.-born Hispanics than immigrants.
Obama defended his executive actions and urged critics to work with him.
NumbersUSA urged lawmakers to reject any bill that doesn't defund Obama's action.
Obama appeared Monday night on "The Colbert Report."