Rep. Luis Gutiérrez said GOP has 180 days before the first person applies for a work permit.
The Democrat said it would be a mistake for GOP to shut down the government over immigration.
"Ninety-three percent of blacks in America are killed by other blacks," he said.
“I’m doing everything consistent with a run for 2016," he said.
“I’m close to the people in the House, but I’m disappointed in my party," the senator said.
Obama suggested the issues in Ferguson can be fixed.
Greg Abbott said Obama's actions will encourage illegal immigration and cost Texas millions.
Obama said an interim deal stopped Iran's nuclear program from advancing.
"This is a wholesale refusal by President Obama to follow our immigration laws," he said.
"There are a lot of reasons for that,” Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) said.
"No, we shouldn’t shut down the government," the governor said.
The Republican predicted the GOP won't take the "bait" and shut down the government.
Iran nuclear negotiations and Ferguson also grabbed a share of airtime.
"We are going to shut down the president and his actions," the Texas Republican said.
The former senator said Obama "opened up a Pandora's box" with immigration order.
Menendez called on Congress to still pass bipartisan immigration reform.
The Israeli prime minister said he could not predict if an agreement would be reached.
Obama said candidates probably aren't "gonna be looking at me to campaign too much."
The chairman of the House Democratic Caucus defended Obama on immigration.
The House Intelligence panel, Graham said, is “doing a lousy job policing their own.”
McCaskill called on Republicans to take up immigration reform in the House.
"The American people spoke loud and clear," he said.
The website appears to be working much better than it did last year.
Burwell said she fundamentally disagrees with Jonathan Gruber's comments.