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The administration won't indulge pleas to deport the Canadian pop star, instead using the petition as an opportunity to push immigration reform
Tennessee Republican senator says Republicans want to empower people to grow and innovate, while Democrats are more concerned with dictating behavior.
President Obama offers his well wishes to Americans celebrating religious holidays during his weekly address.
Reflecting on the Boston Marathon bombing, President Obama discusses the coordination between the FBI and local law enforcement.
Newly released documents from former President Bill Clinton's White House show his administration grappling with some familiar concerns
The State Department is extending indefinitely the amount of time federal agencies have to review the controversial pipeline
Budget office examines costs and payoffs of a Senate Democratic bill gradually increasing the federal minimum wage to $10.10 hourly
In a joint interview with CBS News' Major Garrett, the president and vice president reflect on the resilience of communities torn apart by violence
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden say there's sadly nothing "new" about acts of violence that have shaken America in recent years.
"This thing is working," President Obama says of the health care law -- but Republicans aren't ready to lay down their arms