By Joel Gehrke | 12/01/13 10:13 PM
Conservatives don't have a corner on the Roman Catholic vote, said an archbishop while assessing the effect that Pope Francis will have on U.S. politics.
By Susan Crabtree | 11/29/13 07:31 PM
Jeh Johnson, President Obama's choice to be the Department of Homeland Security secretary, was working for a law firm in New York City 12 years ago when two airliners smashed into the twin towers.
By Brian Hughes | 11/29/13 02:17 PM
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama Friday met with protesters calling for the Republican-led House to take up immigration reform, drawing attention to advocates refraining from eating while the legislation sits on the back burner in the lower chamber. “The president and the first...
By Cal Thomas | 11/27/13 01:48 PM
For some, Thanksgiving is difficult enough with abrasive relatives gobbling up your food without a scintilla of gratitude. Now President Obama comes along with a proposal that could cause turmoil in even the happiest of homes. The president wants us to discuss politics, immigration reform and...
11/27/13 10:03 AM
Political gridlock may have stalled a push for comprehensive immigration reform in the US, but Mark Zuckerberg believes that a deal can still be done. The Facebook chief executive calls it "one of the biggest civil rights issues of our time".
By Paul Bedard | 11/27/13 07:44 AM
Lawmakers frustrated that Congress won't consider comprehensive immigration or tax reform can blame the 906 pages it took to write the Affordable Care Act and the subsequent 20,000 pages of regulations to enforce Obamacare.
By Meghashyam Mali | 11/26/13 06:03 PM
First lady Michelle Obama on Tuesday praised a group of immigration-reform advocates who are fasting to draw attention to the issue and pressure Congress to act. “As families begin to gather for Thanksgiving, I'm thinking of the brave #Fast4Families immigration reform advocates. We're with...
By Lisa Ruhl | 11/26/13 03:37 PM
Afer 15 days of fasting, immigration activists say they won't stop until there's a bill on the House floor or until their bodies can't handle it anymore.
By Meghashyam Mali | 11/26/13 01:59 PM
White House deputy press secretary Josh Earnest on Tuesday declined to rule out the possibility President Obama would use executive order to enact immigration reforms. “I don't want to speculate about what sort of actions the president might or might not take,” Earnest told reporters...
By Charlie Spiering | 11/26/13 01:46 PM
"Mr. President, please use your executive order to halt deportations ...," immigration reform protester Ju Hong shouted at President Obama on Monday. Obama reacted by reminding Hong that if he could act without Congress he would, but it was important to abide by the Constitution and respect...
By Byron York | 12/09/13
By Byron York | 12/09/13
By Richard Pollock | 12/06/13