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He launched the 2014 campaign season on Labor Day saying, 'America deserves a raise'
For first time since pledging to act on reform by summer's end, Obama signals that such a target date could slip
The call to action includes allowing millions living in the US to illegally stay without fear of deportation
Michael K. Dorsey of the Joint Center for Political & Economic Studies breaks down the proposal
NPR Digital International Editor, Greg Myre, discusses what he could have done differently
With surveillance of the Islamic State now in Syria, military action could accompany the ongoing strikes in Iraq
Surveillance to gather intelligence on Islamic State fighters could pave way for airstrikes against the group in Syria
After spending the better part of a decade trying to create a new Iraq, what can and should the US do about the IS?
Violence comes as Kiev officials begin inspecting a Russian aid convoy