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"He ignores the fact that the country has elected a Congress that favors smaller government," he says.
The president reprises unifying language from his famous 2004 speech.
Obama has messages for his GOP and Democratic critics.
With such high political stakes comes the allure to stretch the facts.
Democrats will get their symbolic votes on climate change science in the Keystone XL Pipeline bill.
The White House also included the hashtag "#YesWeTan."
He hopes it might emerge as an area of common ground with President Barack Obama.
He has been a vocal opponent of the president's executive action on immigration.
"We heard the message you sent in November -- loud and clear."
Lawmakers hope to upstage Obama with well-chosen guests.
He conveys his continued dedication to "middle-class economics."
House Republican leadership will forward with a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks, despite opposition.
His allies are being asked to raise $50,000 each for the likely 2016 hopeful.
South Carolina tea party activists love him, but is that enough in 2016?
The president plans to mark the 50th anniversary of civil rights activists' march to Montgomery, Alabama.
Minority Leader Harry Reid made his long-awaited return to the Senate on Tuesday after enduring a painful New Year's Day exercise accident.
Zac Petkanas, the former communications director for Sen. Harry Reid and Wendy Davis, has joined the liberal watchdog group Media Matters For America, the organization will announce later today.
A news report stated she had a "gentlewoman's agreement" with Obama to put her in Cuba.
The discussions could expose divisions within the caucus between long-serving and more newly elected members.