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House Speaker John A. Boehner launched a double-barreled response to Obama’s recent executive actions, announcing a House lawsuit and vowing to counter Obama’s immigration plan.
The house speaker warned that Congress would not let Obama’s executive actions stand without a fight.
Supporters cheer in front of the White House. (AFP/Getty)
He sought to convince Americans that his plans to change immigration laws were well within the precedent set by others.
The outgoing governor raised speculation when he reached out to the families of inmates’ victims.
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Here’s a look back at the events in Ferguson, Mo., that led to the grand jury’s upcoming decision.
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The prominent former Va. senator has begun raising money for a possible presidential campaign.
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The attorney general has expressed concerns to Missouri officials about the state of emergency.
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By expressing her views on Obama’s immigration edict she hands her opponents a gift.
Their beliefs have become a bigger part of their TV show, “19 Kids and Counting,” this season.
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Ukraine remembers Maidan victims
Arrests made in Ferguson ahead of grand jury decision
Boehner: Obama 'is damaging the presidency'
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Obama's full speech on immigration plan
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Obama’s immigration policy should prioritize undocumented immigrants who have paid taxes and worked for legal residency.
Leaders from both parties paused to honor Czech leader Vaclav Havel, then returned to their bickering.
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The 1952 home gets an update that preserves its period details.
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IN THE LOOP | The Senate takes off for Thanksgiving after confirming a goodly number of ambassadors and judges.
Two undocumented mothers watched Obama’s announcement last night, waiting for their fate. The difference between them? A date on a calendar.
The Kennedy Center unveils its world premiere musical inspired by the Degas sculpture.
The consensus? It’s a handful of welcomed patches on a system still badly in need of an upgrade.
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