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Senate looking to push through immigration bill by "late spring or summer"
In his first trip abroad in his second term as vice president, Joe Biden will meet with the leaders of Germany, France and the U.K.
More than nine out of 10 voters in three states support closing the gun show loophole
Even with unemployment at 7.8 percent, administration will focus on new ways to boost employment
The president told Univision there's growing bipartisan support for immigration reform, but legalization won't happen "manana"
After speaking in Congress for the first time in over two years today, former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., today met with Obama
A look at the claims being made by both sides show a bit of truth-stretching
N.J. senator calls charge that he engaged with prostitutes "false"
Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., spoke briefly at the beginning of the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing on gun violence
In exit interviews, the outgoing secretary of state is repeatedly quizzed about whether she's considering a 2016 WH run
President makes emotional and economic appeal for the public to back immigration reform
The group's executive VP, Wayne LaPierre, will testify on gun control at a Senate hearing Wednesday
Three congressional leaders say they have unanswered questions about the attack on the U.S. consulate
In final days as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton also avoided talking about possible 2016 run
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announces departure from the Obama administration
President Obama says he will sign bill into law "as soon as it hits my desk"
51 percent back allowing them to stay and apply for citizenship
Bipartisan "gang of 8" says chances are better than they've been in years for comprehensive immigration reform
Asked about "extraterrestrial primates," State Department says it's not sure what happened to Iran's "poor little monkey"
The Massachusetts Democrat is expected to step down Tuesday to assume the role of U.S. Secretary of State