Down though not done: Cantor’s detriment not finish for immigration reform

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Washington (CNN) -- The chances of immigration reform passing in the House this year were already slim before its

Obama Waiting for House GOP to Act on Immigration

To the frustration of many of his supporters, President Barack Obama is backing away from immigration changes he could make on his own. He is kicking the issue to House

Former Border Patrol Agents: Illegal Immigration Crisis "Contrived”

Thousands of illegal immigrants are flooding across the border into Texas and other border states every day, but two things distinguish this wave from earlier illegal immigration waves. 

First,

Arizona Republicans bluster movement over immigration

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McCain: Cantor wasn’t cursed by immigration reform

The Entire GOP Could Get Cantor’d

Among the 3,672 reasons you’ve read and heard for David Brat’s victory over Eric Cantor, here’s one you haven’t seen. This explanation doesn’t have anything to do with

Senate passes check directed during regulating maestro medical delays

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Senate on Wednesday overwhelmingly passed a bipartisan measure aimed at easing healthcare delays for veterans by giving them more access to

Health Care Remains Drag for Democrats as 53% Oppose Law

President

Fifty-six percent favor keeping Obamacare with perhaps “small modifications,” while 10 percent would leave it as is. That’s the highest level of acceptance yet in a Bloomberg poll.