The immigration move tops a list of the president's most influential executive actions.
Warren attacked the president for how he frames his opponents on trade.
The Virginia Democrat hasn't given up on a bill to take on ISIS.
Criticism mounted after reports of a "breakthrough" weren't followed by a formal agreement.
The president expressed support for the agency's new rules targeting payday lending.
Carter reiterated Obama's veto threat.
Administration officials say they’re hoping to finalize an agreement by the end of the month.
Rep. Robert Dold (R-Ill.) said he "can't think of a worse message."
Obama teed off in the early afternoon on a course at Andrews Air Force Base.
The letter reminds Obama that only Congress can grant permanent sanctions relief.
Lawmakers voice concerns over leadership positions filled with interim chiefs.
Rep. Mike Turner cited reports of an agreement not to arm Ukraine.
He also said other recommended reforms needed more study.
The president says labor unions and liberals should back “fast-track” legislation.
Fifty-nine percent backs lifting sanctions for limits on Iran's nuclear program.
“When America doesn’t lead, bad people with bad intentions do lead,” Christie said.
Obama sought Rafael Moure-Eraso’s resignation after intense pressure from Congress.
"Can they stop arguing? Can they bridge their differences?" Josh Earnest asked.
Bernie Sanders said the amendment was not an exact duplicate of Obama's proposal.
The lawmakers say in letter that any deal must "foreclose any pathway to a bomb."
The call comes two days after a big election win for Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud Party.
Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle want the president to bury the hatchet.
The president spoke about the shooting during an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Sen. Reid accused Republicans of “empowering the ayatollahs” in Iran.