Overhaul shields 4 million from deportation

The president sought to convince Americans that his plans to change immigration laws were well within the precedent set by other administrations and did not amount to amnesty.

Republican leaders struggle to contain tea party rebellion

Bickering could threaten the GOP’s mission to appeal to a broader electorate and maintain stable governance.

An immigrant family from Washington embraces. (Sarah L. Voisin/Post)

  • An immigrant family from Washington embraces.
  • (Sarah L. Voisin/Post)
  • President Obama announces his immigration plan.
  • (Reuters)
  • The Latin Grammy Awards audience watches the speech.
  • (Reuters)
  • A supporter streams the president's address on an iPad.
  • (AFP/Getty)
  • The Rodriguez family becomes emotional.
  • (Marlon Correa/Post)
  • Ivania Castillo outside the White House.
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    Conservatives rebel against a GOP megadonor’s gambling agenda

    Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson wants to ban Internet gambling, but some say that violates states’ rights.

    Alleged Florida State gunman was
    in a ‘state of crisis’ during shooting

    Alleged Florida State gunman was <br>in a ‘state of crisis’ during shooting

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    Why Elizabeth Warren would be
    a very dangerous candidate in 2016

    Why Elizabeth Warren would be <br> a very dangerous candidate in 2016

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    More women are freezing their eggs, hoping to buy time before having kids

    More women are freezing their eggs, hoping to buy time before having kids

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    An art loan from Bill Cosby draws the Smithsonian into a national debate

    An art loan from Bill Cosby draws the Smithsonian into a national debate

    The National Museum of African Art is showcasing pieces from the comedian’s private collection.

    Why are China and Thailand scared
    of the new ‘Hunger Games’ movie?

    Why are China and Thailand scared <br>of the new ‘Hunger Games’ movie?

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    Local

    At this Arlington health clinic’s
    lottery, medical care is the prize

    At this Arlington health clinic’s <br>lottery, medical care is the prize

    Each month, about 100 people with little money and big medical worries line up, hoping they’ll be chosen.

    Sports

    Gruden not playing transition game

    Gruden not playing transition game

    Redskins coach says he’s still in the business of winning games and won’t play young players simply to give them experience.

    Business

    2014’s biggest financial turkey

    2014’s biggest financial turkey

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    Federal Government

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