Democrats and advocates for more immigration are cheering President Barack Obama's plan to unilaterally grant work permits to many illegal immigrants, even though numerous polls show overwhelming public hostility to plans that favor illegals over Americans.
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A growing group of at least 50 GOP legislators are pushing Republican leaders and the powerful appropriations committee to adopt safeguards against President Barack Obama’s plan to grant work permits to millions of illegals now living in the United States.
Republican leaders are promising to fight President Barack Obama's new energy regulation commitment with China.
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus is stepping up his advocacy for budget curbs that would block the president from awarding work permits to millions of illegal immigrants.
Leaders of the U.S. Episcopalian church aren’t asking anything in exchange for letting U.S.-based Islamist advocates of sharia law pray to Allah in the prestigious National Cathedral in Washington D.C., despite Christian persecution and murder surging across the Middle East.
Top Republican and Democratic legislators met with President Barack Obama at the White House Friday, but evaded reporters by departing through a side door of the West Wing.
Even Karl Rove is calling for the GOP-led Congress to defund President Barack Obama's planned December rollback of the nation's immigration laws.
President Barack Obama's promise to roll back parts of the nation's immigration laws is a constitutional "nuclear threat," Republican Party chairman Reince Priebus said Friday.
Eighty percent of voters polled on Election Day say new jobs should go to Americans and legal immigrants, not to illegal immigrants, including the potential beneficiaries of President Barack Obama's planned executive amnesty, says an election-day poll of 806 voters.
House Speaker John Boehner used his first post-election press conference to drop the hammer on advocates for greater immigration.
President Barack Obama isn’t going to change his policies or his staff, despite the midterm O’bliteration that swept the GOP into the Senate, numerous governorships and state houses around the nation.
Immigration restriction groups claimed victory after the midterm "O'bliteration" wave, and warned GOP leaders to resist business demands for additional immigration.
President Barack Obama and his wife are dead weight in U.S. politics.
Scott Brown lost narrowly to incumbent New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, after starting the race 10 points behind this spring.
If pre-election polls prove true, President Barack Obama will have inflicted more midterm damage to his own party than any modern president, according to pollster Glen Bolger.
The New Hampshire GOP is using the hot-button issue of jobs and immigration to help Scott Brown squeak ahead of incumbent Democrat Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in their neck-and-neck race.
The deadly EV-D68 enterovirus epidemic, which struck thousands of kids this fall, was likely propelled through America by President Barack Obama’s decision to allow tens of thousands of Central Americans across the Texas border, according to a growing body of genetic and statistical evidence.
President Barack Obama cancelled the daily press conference Oct. 31, just four days before what most observers expect to be a nationwide repudiation of his government-first policies.
The chairman of the Republican National Committee told tea party activists Monday night that the GOP will unite against President Barack Obama's still-secret plans to enact an unpopular post-election unilateral amnesty.
President Barack Obama's administration has decided to let the surrogate birth industry sell U.S. citizenship --- and access to the U.S. welfare system --- to foreign parents who never even set foot in the United States.