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Friday, November 21, 2014

MSNBC Politics

Watch Live: President Obama Announces Action on Immigration Reform

President Obama speaks to the nation from the White House about immigration reform.

Obamas Step Out for Lunch in D.C.

President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama go out to lunch Thursday at “We, The Pizza” with Standing Rock Sioux tribal youth in Washington.

Louisiana Democrat Faces Grim Outlook in Runoff

One word sums up Sen. Mary Landrieu’s, D-La., chances in her Dec. 6 runoff against Republican Bill Cassidy: Grim. by John O'Connor

Could Republicans 'Defund' Obama's Immigration Order?

Sounds like a no. by Luke Russert

Congressman Says Water Barrier Could Protect White House

Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., told NBC News he pitched his idea of a new water barrier at the White House to the head of the Secret Service. by Kelly O'Donnell

Jeb Bush Again Defends Common Core

Jeb Bush defended his unpopular position on Common Core that puts him at odds with many in his party, especially among grassroots conservatives. by Leigh Ann Caldwell

Expected Obama Action Could Shield Up to Five Million From Deportation

It would also protect more so-called "DREAMers" -- young immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children -- but not their parents. by Peter Alexander and Carrie Dann

Watch Live: Obama Awards Science, Technology Medals

President Obama awards the National Medals of Science and the National Medals of Technology and Innovation.

Key Dems say Wage Stagnation is the Issue for 2016 Campaign

Message to Hillary Clinton: focus on wage stagnation and income inequality in 2016, or lose. by Perry Bacon Jr.

Immigration Action Will Likely Bring Pain -- For Both Obama and GOP

What Obama will announce Thursday isn’t as unpopular as how he’s doing it.

First Read's Morning Clips

A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day

Obama set to take executive action on immigration

President Obama will address the nation Thursday on issue of immigration reform, making good on a promise to sidestep Congress and take executive action. NBC national correspondent Peter Alexander reports.

Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb Announces 2016 Exploratory Committee

Webb is a former Virginia senator and Secretary of the Navy.

The 2016 Field Is Crowded -- and Mostly Unpopular

America, these are your presidential candidates. And, so far, you don’t like ‘em that much. by Carrie Dann

Rick Perry Says Texas May Sue Obama Over Immigration Action

2 days ago
"I think that’s probably a very real possibility," he said at an RGA panel in Florida.

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