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In Las Vegas, Obama Sells His Immigration Plan

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Obama Takes Sales Pitch For Immigration Action On The Road

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Obama Defies Republicans, Lays Out Immigration Policy

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Obama Executive Action Could Foment Government Shutdown Drama

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Obama, Congress Feuding Over Keystone Pipeline, Immigration

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In Myanmar, Obama Holds News Conference With Opposition Leader

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Immigration Will Be An Early Test Of The Divided Government

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President George W. Bush shakes hands with Nancy Pelosi during their post-election meeting at the White House in November 2006. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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The Awkward Post-Election White House Lunch

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On What Issues Can Obama And The Republican Leadership Agree?

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Polls Show New Hampshire's U.S. Senate Race Is A Tossup

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Wisconsin Democratic Candidate Welcomes Obama When Others Won't

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Different Ebola Quarantine Policies Send A Confusing Message

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Obama Has To Balance His Base Without Hurting Dems In Red States

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