President Barack Obama is heading to Chicago Tuesday to pitch his new executive actions on immigration to community leaders.
The new Republican Congress will have new evidence in the IRS Tea Party targeting scandal now that thousands of Lois Lerner's "lost" emails have been found.
Both Hagel and President Obama reportedly decided it was time for new leadership in the Pentagon. They had been discussing the matter for several weeks.
President Obama says deportations will focus on felons, not families. Criminals, not children. Gang members, not a mother working hard to provide for kids.
Because of past cases, Congress has ordered the military to stop suppressing religious liberty. But there have been enough new cases that the House held a new hearing on the subject this week.
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The president is flexing his executive powers, sidestepping Congress to take action on immigration. But Republicans say a unilateral move by Obama could poison future opportunities for cooperation.
Outgoing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., is urging President Barack Obama to "go big" on his upcoming executive order on illegal immigrants.
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