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Obama tells immigration activists he made it a priority with DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.
The GOP calls the large and early ad reservations a sign of desperation for the Louisiana senator.
Harry Reid and Senate Democrats turn up the heat on the Kochs and Americans for Prosperity.
The latest disclosures come from a new batch of about 4,000 pages of records.
The Commerce Department will relinquish hold over a group that manages the Internet's architecture.
He releases a video featuring people saying they want him to run.
"(Lois) Lerner knew that the Committee has rejected her privilege objection," Issa writes.
A new batch of internal memos shows talk of launching a drive to eliminate "dilatory rules."
Americans for Prosperity reserves nearly $850,000 in television airtime.
"I've been unfairly maligned about my jeans," the president tells Ryan Seacrest.
The former NPR White House correspondent now works in London as an international correspondent.
The Rock 'n' Roll Marathon and Half Marathon kicks off Saturday on Constitution Avenue.
The action comes after the former senator's decision to form an exploratory Senate committee.
A new survey finds the highest level of mistrust since the fall of the Soviet Union.
"I was referring to the chaos and shock" following the Harlem blast, the New York lawmaker says.
The House votes 238-181 to change the way Medicare pays doctors, but it's DOA in the Senate.
Speaker John Boehner says states that fund the program anyway "have found ways to cheat."
He acknowledges that young and healthy enrollees are still critical to Obamacare's success.