"Public housing should be for the needy, not the greedy,” Rep. Al Green said.
Tourist activities remain prohibited.
Where he decides to take unilateral action is anyone’s guess.
Obama highlighted “red tape that needs to be cut” in his address.
More than 100 celebrities are expressing their support for his gun orders.
The travel reimbursements would include ATM fees, laundry, cleaning and dry cleaning services.
“The thing the president should be doing … is enforcing the laws that we have.”
Trump also said he would rescind several of the executive orders issued by Obama.
Hagel says aides continued to criticize him in the press even after he left.
The FBI received 185,345 requests for checks on Nov. 27.
House and Senate Dems want the president to close the private sale loophole.
The head of the DEA is under fire for calling medical marijuana "a joke."
An official cautioned against a "scramble" before Obama leaves office.
"Let me be clear: The Second Amendment is not a suggestion,” Sen. Richard Shelby says.
Twenty-six GOP-led states sued to stop Obama’s 2014 executive action.
Nearly nine in 10 convicted offenders went to prison in 2014.
The group wants the public to show support for protecting wildlife habitats.
The Speaker warned of a “dangerous level of executive overreach.”
“This president wants to act as if he’s a king, as if he’s a dictator,” Christie said.
The Obama administration finalized 3,378 rules, a libertarian group found.
The standard reduces the amount of non-toxigenic E. coli allowed.
Lawmakers say the president would be violating the law by moving detainees to the U.S.
A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
Rep. Steve Cohen is pressuring Attorney General Loretta Lynch to relax the nation’s drug laws.