David Nakamura

ReporterWashington, D.C.

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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.

  • Nov 20, 2014

The president was initially skeptical of his ability to take unilateral action.

  • Nov 20, 2014

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.

  • Nov 20, 2014

The president will use a rare prime-time address to lay out plans to remake the immigration landscape.

  • Nov 19, 2014

The president disputed an assertion that the administration had deceived lawmakers in creating the policy.

  • Nov 16, 2014

President Obama and other world leaders react to the media scrum at a photo op

  • Nov 16, 2014

President Obama spent some quality time with a cuddly world figure at the G-20 Summit.

  • Nov 15, 2014

Despite unpopularity at home, he was still a force abroad, landing a deal with China on climate change.

  • Nov 15, 2014

Obama finds receptive audience in Burma as de facto adviser in time of transition.

  • Nov 14, 2014

Speaking in Burma, he said he won’t back away from his plans. He said he’ll move forward soon.

  • Nov 14, 2014
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David Nakamura started at the Washington Post as a summer intern in 1992 and is amazed he once did this job without the Internet, a cell phone, GPS, Wikipedia or a laptop computer. After four years as a sports reporter, he moved to the local news staff and wrote about education in Virginia and Maryland and city government in Washington, D.C. In 2004, he was part of a team that uncovered high levels of lead contamination in D.C. tap water, a series that won the 2005 Selden Ring Award for investigative reporting. He has reported from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Japan.
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