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The president takes blame for the Democratic drubbing in last week's midterm elections.
There are still a ton of obstacles to the passage of major legislation.
The business lobby, one of the biggest spenders in the midterm elections, is feeling very good.
United Mine Workers of America backed Democratic candidates, but that didn't appear to sway voters.
If Obama really wants to shake things up, his closest adviser should be the first to go.
House and Senate Republicans urge Obama not to move forward with executive action on immigration.
The action promises to place the health care law back at the center of the court's spotlight.
Aides say Obama will defer to Senate leaders on whether to vote during the coming lame-duck session.
The former Republican National Committee head also says he isn't planning to run for governor.