On Thursday evening, President Barack Obama announced his hotly anticipated executive action on immigration, which will keep nearly 5 million undocumented residents from being deported. Even though the sweeping measure has elicited threats...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama's speech announcing his executive action on immigration drew strong reactions all around. Here's what those on the left and right, in the media and in Congress had to say as soon as it was over.
President Barack Obama imposed the most sweeping immigration reform in a generation on Thursday, easing the threat of deportation for about 4.7 million undocumented immigrants and setting up a clash with Republicans. In a White House speech, Obama rejected Republican critics who say his decision to...
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says Republican opposition to his executive actions on immigration should not be a "deal breaker" on other issues.
By Roberta Rampton and Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama planned on Thursday to impose the most sweeping immigration reform in a generation, easing the threat of deportation for about 4.7 million undocumented immigrants and setting up a clash with outraged Republicans. Show More Summary
When President Barack Obama makes his speech to the nation tonight announcing his executive action on immigration, Americans will be able to watch it on cable news, as well as the Spanish-language channels Univision and Telemundo, but it will not be shown on the major broadcast networks — ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox.
President Barack Obama is expected to announce an executive order addressing immigration reform at 8 p.m EST on Thursday. Obama had promised to take action after a bipartisan Senate deal instituting a path to citizenship for many of the country’s 11 million undocumented immigrants stalled in...
At 8 p.m. EST tonight, President Barack Obama will lay out his plan for “Immigration Accountability Executive Actions.” Below are excerpts the White House released from that speech, which you can watch on our website. “That’s the real amnesty – leaving this broken system the way it is. Show More Summary
Tonight, President Barack Obama is planning to announce his executive action on immigration. But why now? According to Fox News' Eric Bolling, the president has until the end of the year to issue his deportation protection, but the real...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama will announce a sweeping overhaul of immigration policy that will affect up to 5 million people and shape his legacy — but also court legal and political challenges from Republicans who say he's overstepping his authority.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to deliver an address to the nation Thursday night, November 20, to outline the details of his executive action that would protect up to five million undocumented immigrants from deportation.
Conservative radio host Alex Jones speculated about President Barack Obama being assassinated on Wednesday, expressing concern that it would be part of a larger plot against the U.S. Right Wing Watch reported. “I’ve been saying this for six years,” Jones said. “The real...
WASHINGTON — After years of wrangling with Congress over how to fix the country’s immigration system, President Barack Obama is ready to announce his plan to take action alone. Just how far does he go? Who’s going to be covered? HowShow More Summary
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is not holding back how he feels about President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration reform that are expected to be unveiled tonight.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama is slated to announce on Thursday that he will offer relief from the threat of deportation to about 4.4 million undocumented people who are parents of U.S. citizens and green card holders, according to a source briefed by the administration. Show More Summary
Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey told Fox News' Gretchen Carlson Thursday afternoon that the idea floated by a couple of red state governors of suing President Barack Obama over his proposed executive action on immigration would likely go nowhere.
Fox News host Andrea Tantaros warned on Thursday that President Barack Obama was asking to be impeached if he went forward with an executive order to reform the immigration system. In a speech on Thursday night, the president was expected to announce a plan to shield up to five million undocumented...
President Obama plans to announce executive action on immigration Thursday night, leaving Republicans planning their response. Photo by ISP pool Dennis Brack/Black Star WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is poised to level broad authority...Show More Summary
Almost as soon as President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinping announced their landmark climate deal last week, there was a torrent of criticism that the pact let China off the hook. Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell...Show More Summary
Sen. Bob Corker came out swinging Thursday morning in an interview with Fox, during which he blasted President Barack Obama for the executive immigration actions he is announcing tonight and said his presidency is the "worst in modern history" because of it.