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And a look at the 10 quirkiest vetoed bills in U.S. history.
President Obama and the White House came out aggressively against those who attack his careful use of words to describe the battle against terrorists.
At a summit on combating extremism, the president tried to separate the actions of the Islamic State from the tenets religion.
The White House was defiant Tuesday in the face of a Texas federal judge's order that suspended—at least temporarily—President Obama's sweeping executive action on immigrat...
The attorney general also fielded questions on the new immigration order, marijuana and the Islamic State, at the National Press Club on Tuesday.
On clemency reform, Obama has the power and the responsibility to act.
Obamacare's future rests with one of the Supreme Court's conservative justices. But no one is quite sure which one.