The state governor says he will sign the bill, which requires high school students to pass a civics exam based on the U.S. citizenship test in order to graduate.
“When I make a mistake, I’m willing to fess up to it. I have learned from that, be extraordinarily careful.”
Church organizations in Philadelphia, Oregon, Arizona and other states have begun taking in undocumented immigrants who are living under the threat of deportation.
Romney called Rep. Jason Chaffetz on Saturday to talk 2016.
A rosy polling memo shows a path forward for the California hedge fund manager in the race to succeed Sen. Barbara Boxer.
The internet personalities will conduct separate interviews with the president aimed at “tweens,” the social-minded crowd, and mothers.
“I’m disappointed that no one at the CIA will be held accountable,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein says.
The candidate’s daughter-in-law has run an active mommy blog for years and it’s full of shots of how the former Massachusetts governor spent his time after losing the 2012 election.
After years of complaints from left and right, George W. Bush’s controversial education law may finally be eliminated.
White House domestic policy adviser Cecilia Munoz hit back at House Republicans Wednesday, saying the current battle over President Obama’s executive actions won’t keep DREAMers and other undocumented immigrants from coming forward.
At least one Republican would look at the legislation.
“Why 3 to 4 million Republicans stayed home and didn’t vote from him I will never understand,” Rep. Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania says.
The network’s ties to Hillary Clinton, treatment of Marco Rubio, and singular focus on immigration give Republicans fits. But for one big reason: Republicans need Univision.
The Kentucky senator hates Obama’s unilateral use of his office but said issues of diplomacy have been a part of “the executive branch’s purview.”
Marathon opening session of the President’s task force on policing hosts skeptical law enforcement leaders. Signs of agreement around body cameras, expanded data collection on cops.
The senator’s run in with the law is revealed in his application to be solicitor general of Texas, a copy of which was obtained by BuzzFeed News.
The Florida senator and part-time political science professor writes in his new book that the popular ride-hailing app turned his progressive students into antiregulatory activists.
“You are waiting for him to shoot himself in the foot. It’s going to look real good and then — bam something else — he screws it up,” Eric Hartsburg said in an interview with BuzzFeed News.
The groups behind the draft effort dismiss a new interview in which Warren says she will not run for president. Run Warren Run launches in New Hampshire.
And on to 2016! Bill Clinton’s personal life, says the RNC chairman, is fair game.
For all the wrong reasons.
The Justice Department had been pushing James Risen to reveal the confidential sources he used for his 2006 book on the Bush administration, State of War. But on Monday, the New York Times reported that prosecutors withdrew the subpoena.
California’s attorney general will announce her campaign for retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer’s seat on Tuesday morning.
“Nixon’s and the governmental hierarchy’s imperialistic intentions i.e., extending American ideology, creating new American markets, and exploiting dark-skinned people through a repressive and selfish form of capitalism — are evident in Southeast Asia as elsewhere.”
The White House said it should have sent someone with a “higher profile” to the event.
The ruling is on holding pending any appeal from the state.